The big delivery Two of Prangl’s Volvo FH16s slowly transport two 22-metre long silos through rural Sweden.
One of the world’s largest paper packaging machines is currently being built in Sweden. Austrian truck driver Roland Lehbrunner set out on a long journey to deliver two 22-metre-long silos to the construction site in Grums.
The two trucks from Prangl: 1 Volvo FH16, 6 x 4, built 2017, with Volvo D16 550hp engine, Volvo I-Shift with crawler gears and Volvo Dynamic Steering.
1 Volvo FH16, 6 x 4, built 2013, with Volvo D16 750hp engine and Volvo I-Shift.
Trailers: Three-axle Faymonville extendable low-bed trailers with hydraulic axles and separate manual steering. Low-bed length used on this mission: 22.9 metres.
The load: Large bins, measurements: 22 m length x 3.8 m width x 3.8 m width, weight: ~5,000 kg each.
Total transport measurements: 35 m length x 3.8 m width x 4.15 m height, weight: 38,000 kg.
Founded in: 1965.
Owner: Mag. Christian Prangl.
Amount of total equipment: 3,400 (mobile cranes, truck & trailers, area work platforms, tele handlers, etc.).
Number of trucks and trailers: 330, whereof Volvo trucks: 90.
Number of employees: 650.
Main loads: Oversized and heavy-duty cargo, cargo for power plants and for wind energy, machine parts, oversized concrete and steel constrution parts, machinery cargo, railways, simber beams, industrial cargo.