Klarwein values the stable MEILLER vehicle superstructures with the sturdy locks, reinforced tipper body floors and low-wear Jet side walls. Quality pays: controlling reports an increase in productivity, few repairs, security and top value conservation. All of this has created an outstanding market position for generations. And when something has to be replaced occasionally, the MEILLER Service is not far away.
"With the modern high-strength steels the side walls are nearly damage-free in the first years. They still look like new", explained the company owner. After four years they are repainted, "but we no longer have the cumbersome task of beating out dents."
Every product development at MEILLER also brings a gain in quality: it is even possible to order thinner floor thicknesses with the latest vehicles. The creates a renewed improvement to the payload and makes the Klarweins happy.
Team values MEILLER qualities
"Our employees are proud of their vehicles", confirmed Andreas Klarwein. "And we are proud of this." A motivated team values the convenient-to-use equipment. The Klarweins regard this as being one of many important measures for gaining and retaining specialists with good qualifications. The MEILLER bordmatic also makes a contribution to safety: the driver controls the unloading from the cabin – so nothing can happen. Additionally, the cabin and components are secured with cab protection.
Versatile usage is cost-effective
The demolition and earthwork company employs 70 permanent employees and approximately 50 subcontractors. The strength lies in the logistics. "We make many small construction sites that change every 8 to 10 days – this demands good organisation," explained Karl Heinz Klarwein. Flexibility with vehicle use is therefore extremely important: "We can use our rugged MEILLER tippers in every operational field; on the outward journey we bring, for example, fine-grained earth to the landscaper, on the way back we transport a steel-concrete mixture from demolition. We avoid empty runs in this way – and that is cost-effective."