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By: P&E Staff
Post Date: December 10, 2018

The new three-axle STN-L 3 low-loader semitrailer has been on the market since the summer of 2018 and has been in high demand ever since. With the development of the compact »ALLROUNDER«, Goldhofer has once again filled a gap for the requirements of regional and international haulage companies – with a vehicle that combines a wide range of applications in a single transport solution.

“With the »ALLROUNDER«, we have expanded our portfolio to include a universal transporter for the construction ­industry,” says Goldhofer Board Member Rainer Auerbacher. “The STN-L 3 is designed as a basic vehicle for a wide range of transport operations and is a useful addition to highly diversified fleets at the same time. With just three axles, it offers all the standard functions needed for the transportation of a variety of loads, especially construction plant.”

The Goldhofer development team has attached particular importance to intelligent design and manufacturing and to minimum material requirements for a vehicle with the lowest possible deadweight. The first axle is a load-sensing lift axle for reduced tire wear when running empty or with light loads. Thanks to its compact design, the »ALLROUNDER« is a particularly useful solution for construction site deliveries. 

With its wheel and excavator recesses, the »ALLROUNDER« can be used to transport a variety of construction site vehicles with the lowest possible load height. An intelligent lashing system ensures safe transportation of all cargoes. Depending on the configuration, self-propelled construction machines can be driven onto the deck via a one- or two-piece hydraulic ramp. 

Rainer Auerbacher: “The »ALLROUNDER« is a particularly flexible vehicle. Above all, it is designed as a safe and time-saving solution for handling all transport operations, especially in the construction industry.”


  • Low deadweight for higher payloads
  • Wheel and excavator recesses for lower overall height
  • Intelligent design and engineering for lower capital outlay
  • Integrated ramp lock for greater efficiency
  • Lashing options for a wide range of loads for maximum flexibility 
  • Automatic variable-load lift axle for minimum tire wear
  • Axle load 10 t at 80 km/h (depending on national regulations)
  • Admissible 5th wheel load 18 t
  • Deck length 8,700 mm / 9,350 mm
  • Excavator recess 3,900 mm long / 730 mm wide
  • Vehicle width 2,550 mm
  • Tires 245/70 R17.5
By: P&E Staff
Post Date: December 10, 2018

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