Krone at Comtrans 2021 in Moscow

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The focus of the Krone stand 13-222 in hall 13 is the new Cool Liner generation, which is equipped with Krone Telematics as standard.

Krone, together with its general importer RKS Nutzfahrzeuge LTD, will present the latest transport solutions for the demanding Russian market at Comtrans 2021 in Moscow from 7 to 11 September. The focus of the Krone stand 13-222 in hall 13 is the new Cool Liner generation, which is equipped with Krone Telematics as standard. On the occasion of its 25th anniversary, the premium refrigerated trailer will be presented with numerous detail improvements as well as a comprehensive range of additional equipment. The Carrier Vector 1550 S diesel-electric refrigeration unit with integrated printer ensures reliable temperature control. 

Russian transport and logistics companies, for whom long routes and extreme weather are part of everyday life, appreciate the robust and low-maintenance Krone trailers “Made in Germany“. The Krone experts have a lot more information on highlights on site. These include, for example, the Profi Liner flatbed semitrailer equipped with the country’s standard drop sides, which is also available in a 16.50 m version especially for the Russian market, and the user-friendly telematics system. As a new component of the flexible Krone 360° Trailer Service, the “Krone Trusted” brand will be presented, which offers tested brand-name spare parts with a purchasing advantage of up to 50 percent. 

Eugen Derksen, Divisional Sales Manager at Krone, says: “We are very pleased to be able to welcome our customers personally in Moscow again – especially at a time when the Eastern European market is developing so dynamically.” Since 2004, RKS has sold over 17,000 Krone vehicles on the Russian market. In addition to its headquarters in Moscow, RKS operates agencies in St. Petersburg and Yekaterinburg, a central spare parts depot and an SKD assembly plant. 

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