Discover the revolutionary sugar beet transport solution using multiple hook lift containers and the high capacity Stronga HookLoada HL260 TXL.
Sugar beet farmers and contractors benefit from owning Stronga hook lift trailer solutions which lead to improved efficiency in beet transport. Stronga hook lift systems are the optimum solution for customers needing high reliability and superior capabilities.
Currently the customer operates a new 40m3 Ropa bunker harvester which is used to transfer sugar beet from the harvesting row to the field side. At the road side, beet heaps are cleaned and re-loaded into hired trucks and his new HookLoada for transport to the sugar beet factory.
The revolutionary system this farmer is planning removes beet shuttling from field to roadside, the re-loading process, and truck rental. Instead he will be able to leave multiple hook lift containers at the end of each sugar beet row and fill them directly from the harvester. With multiple containers, harvesting can continue while HookLoada shuttles loaded containers to the factory.
If additional transport capacity is required, the loaded hook lift containers can be dropped on the road side by HookLoada and picked up by a hook lift truck and drag trailer combination for transport to the factory. Additional hook lift containers can be hired if required to increase transport capacity.
Multi-container hooks lift systems epitomise the Stronga efficiency revolution.
With 6 hook lift containers that each contain 33m3 (grain, sugar beet and other crops), organic farming customers now potentially have 200m3 capacity in the field, maximising harvester output and extending productivity.
Beyond sugar beet transport, efficient Stronga hook loader can also be used to transport grain, cereals, wood, sand, silage and much more. Imagine the possibilities with Stronga.
Make waste a thing of the past by increasing your efficiency.
You could emulate this customer by also producing impressive financial savings with the Stronga hook lift system. See below a list of the savings made on this farm, just in the sugar beet harvest process:
In summary, reduced total capital investment and depreciation costs, reduced labour requirement and associated costs, and reduced fuel costs with associated environmental benefits. At the same time as improving holistic farm transport and harvest efficiency.