The timber industry is traditionally well developed in the Vologda Region. It is ground zero for large logging and timber processing companies, which use a lot of heavy commercial machinery.
“In the technological cycle of timber production land transport plays the role of a link guaranteeing non-stop production and distribution of forest products. IVECO is pleased to offer a reliable solution for timber industry - the IVECO-AMT 633920 log truck with 6x6 wheel configuration which is produced in Chelyabinsk at IVECO-AMT plant”, said Roberto Camatta, IVECO Business Director in Russia and the Republic of Belarus.
The presented IVECO Trakker version embodies power, reliability and high performance and it is specifically designed for harsh environments. It is equipped with a powerful and reliable IVECO Cursor 13litre 450hp diesel engine (Euro 5) coupled with a ZF 16-speed manual transmission and a large fuel tank with a 450 litre capacity.
Triaxial all-wheel-drive chassis from the IVECO Trakker lineup gives the driver confidence in various road conditions through the optimal distribution of axle load. Frame side members are 10 mm thick, one of the best in this class. The vehicle also has reinforced axles and springs. Road safety is ensured by the dual-circuit compressed-air braking system with ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) and ASR (Anti-Slip Regulation).
The Hi-Road cab has one bunk, air conditioning, an onboard computer and the ERA-GLONASS system. The adjustable driver seat with air suspension makes the hours of travel more comfortable.
The truck is designed to transport logs. The trailer is manufactured by Russian Truck Company using SSAB STRENX 700MCE Finnish steel. The log platform is up to 6,600 mm long. It has bunks made of pentagonal sections weighing 135 kg. The platform height is 2,550 mm. The trailer width is 2,550 mm outside and 2,350 mm inside. The vehicle can also be refitted with a grapple that is mounted on the rear overhang of the frame and allows loading both the vehicle and the trailer.
Moscow, June 2019