A container flatbed is a semi-trailer designed to transport bulk cargo and containers between shipping facilities and terminals, simply defined as a flat platform that is 20 feet, 40 feet, 48 feet or 53 feet long. Usually used to transport 20-foot or 40-foot containers, mainly used to support container transportation in ships, ports, waterways, highways, transfer stations, bridges, tunnels and multimodal transport.
Through the video below, you can learn about different types of container flatbed semi-trailers, such as 2-axle, 3-axle, 4-axle, etc., as well as the process, testing, packaging and customer feedback, etc.
The function of the container flat is realized through the design and manufacture of its structure. Fundamentally, it is a transport device whose frame is defined primarily by a steel structure. It also includes the lighting system, brakes and tires. It is engineered to achieve the required height and weight to safely load and transport cargo from one location to another.
Use a platform trailer to transfer cargo in the shipper's warehouse. When unloading to the receiver's warehouse, there is no need to take the goods out of the box and change them when changing trailers or boats en route.
The size of the loading area of the container trailer is determined according to the standard container size. Twist lock devices for fixing the container are provided at positions corresponding to the four corners of the bottom of the container.
low bed trailer
Low-bed semi-trailers are widely used, mainly for medium and long-distance freight. Low-bed semi-trailers are generally used to transport heavy vehicles, railway vehicles, mining machinery, forestry machinery, agricultural machinery and other heavy goods.
The structure of low-bed semi-trailer usually adopts concave beam frame. The lower the center of gravity, the better the stability and safety, and the greater the ability to transport super-high cargo. Cargo platform (the front of the frame is the gooseneck (the traction pin at the front of the gooseneck is connected to the tractor's traction saddle, and the rear end of the gooseneck is connected to the frame of the semi-trailer). The lowest part of the frame), the rear end is the wheel frame (including the wheels).
Through the video above, you can learn about different types of low-bed semi-trailers, such as low-bed semi-trailers with two bridges, three bridges and four bridges, hydraulic ladder low-bed semi-trailers, etc. And the process, testing, packaging and customer feedback, etc.
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