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ABOUT US

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!

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2019

Transport of a transformer by Schnabelcar

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2019

280 tons heavy cargo transport of an oversized transformer by rail

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2018

Transporting a generator by road

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2018

UAAI 839 loaded with a transformer and an empty UAAI 838 – a total of 56 heavy duty axles on one photograph

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2016

Transporting a repaired transformer from Halle to the Erzgebirge Mountains using a steam locomotive

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2016

12-axle UAAI 821 with load-through side girders and 140 t heavy roller housing from Ostrava to Hilchenbach

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2012

Transporting a transformer for scrapping

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2012

Transshipping a steam generator from a river barge to road transport

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2011

Rail transport through the vineyards using a 24‑axle UAAI 838

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2008

Large components being lifted by a floating crane at the quayside and transported to the ship

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2003

24-axle UAAI 838 with a transformer

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2002

Rail transport of a tram for the city of Cologne

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2000

Movement of a 20-axle UAAI 831 schnabelcar with load-through longitudinal beams and a transformer

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2000

Road transfer of a transformer

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1999

Transporting a generator stator by rail with insertion beam

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1996

UAAI 839 with with side girders and a roller housing

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1991

UAAI 821 being loaded with a roller housing with the aid of a floating crane

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1983

UAAI 839, transporting a transformer, around 1983

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1975

UAAI 838 with a transformer being shunted onto the train ferry MS Deutschland, about 1975

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1975

UAAI 839 with generator stand, around 1975

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1975

UAAI 837 with loading bridge for roller housing, unladen, around 1975

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1970

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

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1970

UAAI 836 with ITB Schnabels

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1970

UAAI 839 test vehicle in the course of approval testing

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1968

UAAI 836 with roller housing bridge

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1960

Transporting a roller housing on 2 x 12 road axle units