Low loaders are used in various industries to carry heavy loads. Following are the most common low loaders – heavy haulage trailers.
Heavy vehicles: Vehicle manufacturers use low loaders to transport heavy vehicles from one showroom to another showroom. Conveyors are used to carry vehicles from the port to showrooms and sometimes to customers.
Heavy vehicles carrying low loaders include buses, tractors and special vehicles. Low loaders can carry stacks of small vehicles together.
Rail vehicles: There are various categories of railroad vehicles including road railroad vehicles, freight cars, locomotives, and railroad cars.
A common feature of these vehicles is that they are heavy and thick. Low loaders are one of the best transportation options for railroad vehicles.
Mining machinery: Mining requires heavy machines to drill and transport materials such as crude oil and minerals. The engine is assembled outside the building and then transported to the extraction points in flat trucks.
Heavy dump trucks are preferred because of the mining machine structure. Mining machinery may be the heaviest burden a machine manufacturer has on a road.
Forestry technology: Forestry also uses heavy equipment. Heavy equipment is needed to cut and transport wood. Sometimes wood is made into wood and other by-products on site before the product is transported.
This machine is produced or imported in the assembly room before being transported to the forest. Low loaders are used to transport forest equipment from installation to the forest.
Construction: Low loaders are also used in the construction industry. Heavy commercial vehicles are usually used in the construction of roads and bridges.