Dyce Lifts Out Of Guage Loads

DYCE Carriers has purchased a new single point lifting frame, the second in a series of investments for their base in Grangemouth. The five figure investment comes after the purchase of three new Dennison skeletal sliding trailers, furthering the capabilities of their central Scotland logistics hub.
With a maximum centre load of 31.5 tonnes, the new frame gives Dyce Carriers a lifting capacity of 31.5 tonnes SWL (Safe Working Load) via the hook, and 40.0 tonnes SWL for the frame when the load is applied uniformly and symmetrically.
The new equipment will increase the number of out-of-gauge (OOG) loads that Dyce Carriers can do, and will increase demand for their specialist step frames and low loaders loading to and from Grangemouth.

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