Goldhofer
Mr. Jean-Philippe Martin,
Goldhofer
Goldhofer is a globally renowned player, which has won laurels for its solution competence in manufacturing trailers for all difficult fields covering combined transport on road, rail, sea and air. Having already made its presence in the Indian market and supplying products especially in the field of heavy transport and in the transport of wind energy equipment, Goldhofer is keen to expand its existing service network across the country ensuring round the clock supply of spare parts with unmatchable guarantee to its customers, said area sales manager, Mr. Jean-Philippe Martin. Elaborating on its expansion plan he said that the company is currently engaged in negotiations with various other players in the field to distribute its products in every nook and corner of the country. And by participating in the upcoming Excon, we want to strengthen our ties with the existing customers, make new clients and aware them about the hi-tech and latest development in vehicle technologies and transport industry.

Goldhofer
Talking on its offerings, he said that for the cheap and cost effective transports of oversized and heavy goods, Goldhofer offers combinations of modular trailers with hydraulic steering. This system provides almost unlimited possibilities for solving simple as well as complicated transport tasks as the individual platform modules can be combined in longitudinal and lateral directions. In addition to this, a wide selection of goosenecks and transport bridges are available in different designs, said Mr. Martin.

He claimed that the company provides products including non driven modular trailers, combination systems, self-propelled trailer with hydrostatic drive and electronic multi-way steering. To ensure smooth functioning and operations of its products, the company has a talented team of experienced engineers and technicians to provide 24 hours support service including spare parts and allied technical support, consultations, onsite training and also impart training at its training centres.

NBMCW November 2011