Car carriers in China evolve the central axis to meet the massive sale of vehicles in a market of 1 billion people

The era of the overloaded car transporter in China – the ‘aircraft carriers’, as some have referred to them – is entering its final stages this year. After more than a decade of growing lengths and dangerous loads, the country’s highways are set to see improvements in safety and standards, with carmakers and logistics providers facing transport capacity shortages, while makers of equipment eye a range of new opportunities. Continue reading Car carriers in China evolve the central axis to meet the massive sale of vehicles in a market of 1 billion people