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€6,950
Construction year
2000
Mileage
500,185km
€6,950
Construction year
1999
Mileage
254,732km
€9,950
Construction year
1992
Weight
6,280 kg
Mileage
670,431km
€18,900
Construction year
2005
Weight
8,650 kg
Mileage
521,600km
€8,950
Construction year
1999
Weight
11,400 kg
Mileage
440,795km
€17,900
Construction year
2007
Weight
8,900 kg
Mileage
789,400km
€21,900
Construction year
2008
Weight
10,415 kg
Mileage
488,126km
€31,900
Construction year
2005
Weight
10,800 kg
Mileage
768,251km
€22,900
Construction year
2000
Weight
11,600 kg
Mileage
441,009km
€43,900
Construction year
2009
Weight
14,980 kg
Mileage
454,935km
€15,900
Construction year
2005
Weight
8,400 kg
Mileage
776,294km

Flatbed open

€3,500
Mileage
549,800km

Flatbed open

€3,200

Flatbed open

€3,500
€11,450
Construction year
1999
Mileage
18,852km
€13,500
Construction year
2010
Mileage
241,000km
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Flatbed open

The open flatbed is a smart and simple solution for the transport of goods. It is one of the most popular trucks used for freight shippings. The ‘open’ refers to the top. They are commonly used to move machines and material, unlike the flatbed tarp. In most cases, the open flatbed has closed sides so that whatever is inside will not be moved during the transport. An advantage of the open flatbed is the easy and efficient loading and unloading of the truck: there is no need to tie or loosen a tarpaulin since the bed is directly accessible after letting down the back board and the sides. A forklift is commonly used for loading and unloading. With unsteady weather conditions, it is advised to use a box truck or a flatbed tarp.

Steel and aluminium

Open flatbeds are often used to transport building material, but also flat steel, coiled steel, channel steel, rebar and lumber. Most open flatbeds are made from steel or aluminum or from a steel/aluminum combination. The weight of the open flatbed differs: they go from a lightweight 3,500 kg to a massive 32,000 kg.

Large amount of listings

The open flatbed truck is in the top ten of most listed trucks for transport on Tradus. Among the available brands are Mercedes-Benz, Iveco, MAN, Volvo, DAF, Renault, Scania, Volkswagen, Ford, Unimog, Fiat, Nissan and Hyundai. New open flatbed trucks are listed every day.

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