As part of its commitment to providing transport solutions for every possible load, The Drake Group exclusively represents the internationally-renowned Cometto brand to the Australian market. Australian Naval Infrastructure Pty Ltd (Australia) has recently ordered 16 modules of Cometto’s self-propelled MSPE Evo3 70t, which will result in no less than 96 axles of carrying capacity!
The Drake Group has worked with Cometto extensively to provide and service a wide range of Cometto modular trailers for carrying future generation surface ships and submarines. Cometto’s reputation for the quality and reliability of their products fits perfectly with The Drake Group’s high engineering, performance and innovation standards.
The six-axle MSPE 6/4/2,43 Evo3 70t is the best in the business. The order from Australian Naval Infrastructure Pty Ltd includes 16 of these units in addition to two 368kW power packs, providing more than 6,000 tonnes of payload capacity and furthermore the ability to reach a total capacity of 10,000t.
In addition to its unparalleled manoeuvrability, the MSPE Evo3 70t is highly configurable so it can be used in a wide variety of applications, making it the perfect choice for their world-class project.
The Drake Group recently celebrated its 60th year in business as one of the country’s premier heavy haulage and general freight trailer manufacturers, suppliers and servicers. The Australian-owned company has long been the exclusive supplier and after-sales support provider of Cometto products.
With their highly-trained staff and the spare parts ready on the ground to handle any technical issues that arise during the product’s lifetime, The Drake Group have the proficiency to handle any Cometto servicing tasks across the country.
“We’re proud to continue our relationship with Cometto and excited to work with Australian Naval Infrastructure on this high profile project ”, said Sam Drake, Sales Manager at The Drake Group, “and we’re pleased to see the MSPE line continue their history of handling the largest loads imaginable in the country.”