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Regis Mozambique’s new ‘Low Boy’ is head and shoulders above the rest »

July 2017

New to the fleet of Regis Mozambique, is this massive ‘low boy’, as it’s called. It has an overall length of nearly 20 meters, and can carry a load 13.2 meters long and 4 meters wide. Its maximum load is 70 tons. It is the sole equipment of this type in northern Mozambique and gives Regis Mozambique a distinct advantage when it comes to moving large, heavy loads in the region.