Scania articulated lorries at FREJA logisctics centre in Szczecin, source: FREJA Polska

FREJA adds 30 new semi-trailers to intensify road freight between Poland and Western Europe

2021/07/02 at 8:20 AM

Danish road freight company FREJA is continuing to invest in its Polish subsidiary. 30 new semi-trailers were added to the fleet of FREJA Polska in June. They will run between Poland and Western Europe, primarily Germany and the Netherlands.

All of 30 new semi-trailers meet the requirements for operations in the Western European market. They are equipped with several technologies such as the latest generation EBS traction control system and the ROLL STABILITY system that facilitates safety and control over transport. Moreover, the vehicles have a hydraulically lifted roof that enables side loading of goods up to 2.78 metres high or quick loading for the ro-ro services.


The technologies, which were installed in the semi-trailers, will enable the FREJA customers to view the current position / status of their transport order. The guarantee of increased safety during the transport of their goods will be provided by a reinforced front wall, an extensive TrailerConnect telematics system to control the position of the fleet and a Fault detection to reveal vehicle faults.

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