TATRA PHOENIX at exhibitions in Belgium and Norway

The TATRA TRUCKS a.s. company in cooperation with its dealers – Belgian company Garage Mioli SA and Norwegian TATRA Norge AS – is presenting its vehicle at two exhibitions; the first one, Matexpo, being held in Kortijk, Belgium, from 4 to 8 September, 2013,  the second one, Transportmessa, taking place in Gardenmoen, Norway, from 5 to 7 September, 2013.

The Belgian town of Kortirijk has become the venue of the 35th edition of the Matexpo exhibition which is considered to be one of the leading exhibitions of construction machinery and technology for professionals in Europe. In Benelux, it is the biggest trade fair with this specialization.

According to the official press release of the trade fair organizers, it is “Matexpo 2013 is already shaping up to be the most impressive edition of the show ever“. And TATRA TRUCKS is there! The 6×6 three-way tipper of the TATRA PHOENIX model range is equipped with a dump body made by German company Meiller, powerful 460hp PACCAR MX engine, manual ZF transmission. Potential customers can also have a test drive to experience the strengths this truck offers.

The new Norwegian dealer of the Kopřivnice-based TATRA TRUCKS motor company – TATRA Norge AS – is going to exhibit four vehicles of the famous TATRA-concept consisting in the central load-carrying tube and independently suspended swinging half-axles. Their statement is clear TATRA PHOENIX trucks are the right solution for work in tough Norwegian conditions.

There are three new special 8×8 TATRA PHOENIX trucks on display in Gardenmoen. They are also equipped with a powerful 460 hp PACCAR MX engine and automated AS-Tronic transmission. Also, there is another one-way 8×8 TATRA PHOENIX tipper, which is available for demonstrations and test drive in a local quarry. The GVW is 50 tonnes. The dump body made by VS-Mont company can take 20 cubic meters.

The fact the TATRA TRUCKS a.s. is participating in trade fairs in Belgium and Norway confirms the company’s  interests and ambitions to succeed both in traditional markets of the former CIS countries, India, etc., but also to open new markets for its products.