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„Strange Cars“ of DOLL on TV

The German science entertainment programme „Galileo“ has recently published a video about scissors lift vehicles at airports.

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Visit us at Breakbulk Africa 2015

You can now count the days until this year's Breakbulk Africa Congress opens its gates in Johannesburg from 16 to 19 February 2015.

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Visit us at this year's IDEX

The International Defence Exhibition & Conference (IDEX) is the most strategically important tri-service defence exhibition in the Middle East taking...

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New Chief Operating Officer at DOLL

Effective 2 February Thomas Fred Herkommer (55) has been appointed Chief Operating Officer at DOLL Fahrzeugbau GmbH. He is going to manage the company...

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The Heavies: DOLL is nominated for the category “Innovation of the Year”

In March achievements of the Heavy Haulage industry will be honoured by the Heavy Transport Association in Great Britain.

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We show you how it is done

The trailers of the panther series are the pioneers when it comes to flexibility and high payloads. DOLL has now delivered the next colossus to...

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Lorenz Dietsche appointed member of DOLL Management

Effective 1st March 2015 Lorenz Dietsche (49) has been appointed Chief Sales Officer at DOLL Fahrzeugbau GmbH. He will join Mark Toschek and Thomas...

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Two successful trade fairs for DOLL

In February this year Breakbulk Africa Congress in Johannesburg and IDEX in Abu Dhabi took place as two important trade fairs of the Heavy Haulage and...

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The featherweights in Timber Transport

Payload optimisation is still one of the most important topics when it comes to the transportation of timber. The proven lightweight construction...

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Joint presentation at Transport fair in Herning

For DOLL, Scandinavia has always been an important sales market for Heavy Haulage trailers. However, it also gains more importance regarding vehicles...

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