New DRP system designed to absorb and transfer the shock from backing into a loading dock, back into the chassis preventing rear frame damage
Fresh off considerable trailer orders with Lineage Logistics, Rentco and FoodBoss, the European truck trailer giant Schmitz Cargobull will be showcasing its best at the 2023 Brisbane Truck Show.
Technology will be a focus for the company this year. On display will be its new Dynamic Ramp Protection (DRP) system fitted to one of its Australian-built trailer models. The DRP system is designed to absorb and transfer the shock from backing into a loading dock, back into the chassis preventing rear frame damage.
Another product set for the show is TrailerConnect, the company’s telematics solution designed to monitor temperature control, coupling sensors all the way through to brake pad wear indication.
“Schmitz Cargobull are excited and looking forward to exhibiting at 2023 Brisbane Truck Show,” National Sales and Product Manager Aaron Commons says.
“Over the last couple of years, our team has worked very hard on improving the product and our Australia-wide network of service agents to ensure our customers are kept on the road.”
Schmitz Cargobull, the 100-plus-year-old German company, has been full-throttle in Australia since expanding here over a decade ago.
The company’s decision to open a Noble Park assembly plant was a major vote of confidence in the Australian trailer market.
Location: Stand 156, Hall 3
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