Krone redefines the dry freight semi-trailer

Krone has further strengthened the Dry Liner product portfolio in terms of quality and configuration variety through an extensive investment in industrial production lines. By combining this with the flexible Krone modular system, a wide variety of industry solutions can be created. Based on the four basic models of the Krone Dry Liner, almost any customer requirement can be fulfilled.

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Whether for transporting textiles, valuable electronics, paints,
parcels or furniture – the requirements for dry freight trailers are as
varied as everyday transport. In order to be able to meet these very
different demands, Krone manufactures the multi-talented Dry Liner
in four basic models with different side wall types:
The robust and at the same time flexible steel smooth wall body
(STG) with clined side walls, which is equipped with numerous load
securing options and is particularly in demand in general cargo
transport and in the textile industry. 50 percent of the units built are
equipped with a double-deck facility. For furniture and removal
transport, the STG is equipped with wooden panelling and flush
lashing rails as well as a smooth floor for easy pushing through of
the goods. The Dry Liner with plywood sidewall construction (STP),
can also be equipped with a double deck equipment and lashing
rails. For particularly weight-sensitive applications, the Dry Liner is
available with a lightweight plastic side wall STK and for
temperature-sensitive goods such as varnishes and paints, the Dry
Liner SDK LI with light insulation is predestined; with side walls in
sandwich construction with steel top layer, painted on the outside
and PVC-coated on the inside.

Common to all Dry Liner versions is the extremely durable basic
construction, which is characterised by the stable chassis with
diagonal frame reinforcements, the end wall welded to the corner
profiles, the floor laid between the longitudinal beams and the robust
double-walled forklift collision protection or, in the case of the LI, with
a side wall connection via aluminium profiles and 300 mm high
abrasion-resistant aluminium skirting. This means that the Dry
Liners are equipped for the toughest applications with numerous
loads and unloads per day, such as are standard in the parcel
industry. All body types of the series are equipped with a steel roof
as standard (optionally also with windows), but can also be
combined with a translucent GRP roof or an insulated roof.
Container doors, a roller shutter or a tail lift are possible for the rear
design.

There are also various options for the vehicle length. In addition to
the standard length of 13.6 m, the Dry Liner STG is also available in
the version as a long truck type 1 with a length of 15 m. In addition,
there is the 11 m version for city logistics, which can be equipped
with forced steering. A mega version is also available for all models.
Furthermore, TIR equipment, ferry and rail packages are available.
In the course of many years of close cooperation with customers
from various industries, Krone has developed a wide range of
functions and practical details for the Dry Liner for the most diverse
applications. For example, Dry Liners are equipped with an
integrated air freight floor, perforated rails in the floor, folding tables
for parcel services or a felt lining for moving forwarders. And of
course, the dry freight trailers can also be equipped with the durable
Krone Trailer Axle and with Krone Telematics, which always
transmits the location and other vehicle-relevant data.

Krone produces the new generation Dry Liner in Europe’s largest
and most modern production facility for dry freight trailers, which was
modernised in 2020 with an investment of 11.3 million euros.

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