To a large extent, trucks with a single-layer loading are on the roads. This is very often due to the load distribution that has to be taken into account. The goods cannot be attached to the end wall of the body in a double-layered and form-fitting manner, but would have to lie in the center of the body.
However, there is no end wall in the middle of the trailer. Is there a reliable solution for this? The answer: Yes, [R] TruckLash. By combining a head lashing and bay lashing in both directions, loading in the double deck is now possible.
What you get out of it? More payload, more efficiency, lower costs and a significant CO2 saving.