Moving-Floor Trailers by Knapen are Watertight

Knapen Trailers has tested one of its moving-floor trailers for water-tightness. 3175 gallons (12 000 liters) of water was pumped into the vehicle to put it to the test. The purpose of the test was to show that not a single drop of water would escape from the semitrailer.

The tested model was a fully leak-proof semitrailer that was part of a series of Knapen trailers for transporting wet waste that must not come into contact with the road surface, due to the strict legal regulations. This includes slaughterhouse waste, batteries, and sewage sludge. Has the trailer passed the test? Look for yourself!

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Test: Mercedes Atego

Mercedes-Benz presented its new Atego in spring. But its predecessor is no slouch, either. The editors from lastauto omnibus compared the hybrid drive to an automatic transmission with start-stop automatic and to a manual transmission. Which Mercedes Atego is most advantageous for distribution transport companies? The Mercedes-Benz Atego offers copious different models in the distribution …