SPECIALISTS IN THE TRANSPORT OF HEAVY CARGO AND OVERSIZED LOADS
ABOUT DAHER PROJECTS
DAHER PROJECTS GmbH is a leading service provider in the field of oversized loads, heavy cargo transportation and project logistics, with our own rail and road equipment. As a former Deutsche Bahn company, we look back on a long history of the development of heavy cargo transportation – which is illustrated by the following photographs.
Our company was a pioneer in the development of the transport of heavy industrial goods; we are still very proud of that today.
Our transport engineers offer you innovative solutions from a single source for worldwide service. Along with our mother company, we are represented by branches on every continent of the earth.
Set us a challenge! We’re looking forward to solving your tasks!
Transport of a transformer by Schnabelcar
280 tons heavy cargo transport of an oversized transformer by rail
Transporting a generator by road
UAAI 839 loaded with a transformer and an empty UAAI 838 – a total of 56 heavy duty axles on one photograph
Transporting a repaired transformer from Halle to the Erzgebirge Mountains using a steam locomotive
12-axle UAAI 821 with load-through side girders and 140 t heavy roller housing from Ostrava to Hilchenbach
Transporting a transformer for scrapping
Transshipping a steam generator from a river barge to road transport
Rail transport through the vineyards using a 24‑axle UAAI 838
Large components being lifted by a floating crane at the quayside and transported to the ship
24-axle UAAI 838 with a transformer
Rail transport of a tram for the city of Cologne
Movement of a 20-axle UAAI 831 schnabelcar with load-through longitudinal beams and a transformer
Road transfer of a transformer
Transporting a generator stator by rail with insertion beam
UAAI 839 with with side girders and a roller housing
UAAI 821 being loaded with a roller housing with the aid of a floating crane
UAAI 839, transporting a transformer, around 1983
UAAI 838 with a transformer being shunted onto the train ferry MS Deutschland, about 1975
UAAI 839 with generator stand, around 1975
UAAI 837 with loading bridge for roller housing, unladen, around 1975
Maiden run of the empty UAAI 839, in the course of vehicle testing from the Krupp plant in Bremen to the Minden Research Institute, with axle measuring cells
UAAI 836 with ITB Schnabels
UAAI 839 test vehicle in the course of approval testing
UAAI 836 with roller housing bridge
Transporting a roller housing on 2 x 12 road axle units