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€1
Construction year
2006
Weight
38,000 kg
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2008
Weight
165,000 kg
€1
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2007
Weight
38,500 kg
€1
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2012
Weight
39,000 kg
€1
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2002
Weight
30,800 kg
€1
Construction year
2011
Weight
38,000 kg
€1
Construction year
2002
Weight
36,800 kg
€1
Weight
39,000 kg
€1
Weight
39,000 kg

Semi-Trailers

€1
Construction year
2018
Weight
39,000 kg

Semi-Trailers

€1
Construction year
2018
Weight
39,000 kg
€1
Construction year
2004
Weight
36,800 kg
€1
Construction year
2010
Weight
38,000 kg
To lease: €149
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2014
To lease: €149
Construction year
2014
€389
Construction year
2018
To lease: €490
Construction year
2014
To lease: €509
To lease: €650
Construction year
2018
To lease: €660
Construction year
2018
To lease: €760
Construction year
2013
To lease: €770
Construction year
2018
To lease: €775
Construction year
2014
To lease: €780
Construction year
2013
To lease: €800
Construction year
2018
To lease: €980
Construction year
2015
€989
Construction year
2018

Semi-Trailers

Auction
Construction year
2004
Weight
38,000 kg
Auction
Construction year
2004
Weight
38,000 kg

Semi-Trailers

€1,199
Construction year
2005
Weight
31,000 kg
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Flatbed open semi-trailer

Open flatbed semi-trailers have proven to be a smart and simple solution for the transport of different goods. They cannot move themselves and will always need to be hooked up to a motorized pulling vehicle, for example a tractor unit or truck. The ‘open’ in a flatbed open semi-trailer refers to the the top, which is usually uncovered. Flatbed open semi-trailers can be used to transport machines and material that does not fit optimally in a closed box or a flatbed tarp. The biggest advantage of an open flatbed semi-trailer is the ease with which it can be loaded and unloaded. This can be done from both sides and from the back with a forklift or small crane.

Steel and aluminum

Open flatbed semi-trailers are often used to transport building material, but also flat steel, coiled steel, channel steel, rebar and lumber. They can contain load that can withstand weather conditions like rain, wind and snow and are more likely to be used for this purpose than box trucks or box semi-trailers. Most open flatbed semi-trailers are made from steel or aluminum or from a steel/aluminum combination. The weight of the open flatbed differs greatly, depending on the job that needs to be done with it.

Variety in listings on Tradus

The second-hand open flatbed semi-trailer is listed often on Tradus. Listings come from basically anywhere in Europe, varying from the Netherlands and Poland to Belgium, Germany and Russia. Among popular brands are Floor, Fliegl, Van Hool, Kogel, Lecitrailer, Fruehauf, Pacton, LAG, Schmitz, Schmitz Cargobull and Krone.