By: Melissa Nichols On: June 03, 2019 In: Blog, Transport Comments: 0

website creator GGR Group have successfully transported and delivered 100’s of abnormal loads to customer sites all over the UK. This includes large cranes that require specialist movement, planning and documentation to ensure they arrive safely to customer locations.

An ‘abnormal load’ is a vehicle that has any of the following:

  • a weight of more than 44,000kg
  • an axle load of more than 10,000kg for a single non-driving axle and 11,500kg for a single driving axle
  • a width of more than 2.9 metres
  • a rigid length of more than 18.65 metres

With the use of the Electronic Service Delivery for Abnormal Loads (ESDAL), GGR Group have been able to transport cranes held in its fleet that require this notification.

For example the MCC 1005 Mini crawler Crane would fall under the specification for an abnormal load.

With our vehicle configurations and experienced drivers in these movements, this service has given GGR Group the control in supporting our customer and service requirements.

GGR Group is also FORS accredited, ensuring that customers have full confidence in GGR’s fleet of vehicles when delivering to site.

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