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NEW: Manoovr Ballast trailer

26-06-2017 - The latest addition to the Ballast trailer programme is the MPL-97-06 with pendle axles. This Manoovr semi low-loader with a fixed 780mm low load floor has 12 tonnes per axle as standard and is therefore internationally an important alternative for the transport of crane ballast within the 1000-tonne road network. Load floor height is an increasingly important factor in the crane sector. Read more

Interview Marinka Nooteboom in Financial Newspaper in connection with 135th Anniversary

30-05-2017 - Former banker finds second career in heavy transport This week trailer manufacturer Koninklijke Nooteboom Group celebrate their 135th anniversary. Three days, starting on Thursday, have been allocated to commemorate this anniversary. No doubt it will be a joyful occasion because the company is back on track. Read more

Damage quickly and professionally repaired

16-05-2017 - That we will find damage expert Erik Thijssen at the Nooteboom head office in Wijchen is not a given. He spends most of his working week in Germany where he regularly helps customers whose vehicle has been damaged. Read more

First extendible Manoovr with excavator trough for Van der Vlist

Truck Trailer

16-05-2017 - At Van der Vlist they are always looking to optimise their transport fleet with vehicles for abnormal transport that are even more efficient. Therefore Van der Vlist has added to their fleet the latest 5-axle extendible Manoovr semi low-loader to transport construction machinery weighing up to around 60 tonnes. When carrying excavators or demolition machines the boom can be placed in the trough so that the total height of the load is considerably reduced. Read more

Nooteboom congratulates Tim Foundation with outstanding result

16-05-2017 - During the Nooteboom Transport Days and Open Day Nooteboom supported the Tim Foundation. After 3 amazing Days at our facility in Wijchen with more than 5000 visitors we are happy that we can congratulate the Tim Foundation with an excellent result of EUR 101,900.- and we are happy that we have contributed to achieve this. The Tim Foundation supports dr. Jan Smeitink at the Radboud UMC University in Nijmegen in his research to find a drug against the mitochondrial energy-sapping disorder ‘Leigh disease’. Read more

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