Two new Cometto trailers for 2011

By D.Ann Shiffler12 September 2011

Cometto introduces the 55-ton MSPE-evo self-propelled transporter with electronic steering.

Cometto introduces the 55-ton MSPE-evo self-propelled transporter with electronic steering.

Cometto is producing two new product lines to be introduced in 2011. The first will be the 55-ton MSPE-evo self-propelled transporter with electronic steering, which the company has already tested. It is claimed to have the best performance in capacity and working speed on the market in its class.

The second product is the MS-DL trailer, designed with a light, yet comparatively high capacity and stable dual-lane operated trailer to support requirements in the U.S. and Canadian markets.

"Both of these products will offer huge benefits to North American and other worldwide companies who are looking for quality trailers with realistic pricing and local technical support and parts," said a company spokesman.

The manufacturer has also upgraded its Cometto Software for Modular Trailers (COSMO). The 3-D graphics and user-friendly interface maximize the potential of the company's 1MS, MSPM self-propelled and the MSPE electronic-steer trailers, it said. Load placement, hydraulic configuration, stability, turning radius, ground pressure and chassis flexion can all be calculated, reconfigured and then printed, allowing for every load to be engineered.

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