Hyundai EX8 , 4 Ton Tipper and Drop side

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4 Ton tipper and Drop side Truck

Shown below are the transport vehicle specifications of Hyundai EX8 , 4 Ton Tipper and Drop side, which is a Tipper Truck with load capacity of 4 Ton. This vehicle is available for use in transporting loads since 2022-03-16.

The Tipper Truck is located in Port Shepstone, KwaZulu-Natal. To find out if the Hyundai EX8 , 4 Ton Tipper and Drop side vehicle is still available to transport your load, contact Linda Mthimkhulu using the contact details below (click on the text below to reveal the details).

 

Vehicle Type: Tipper Truck

Location: Port Shepstone, KwaZulu-Natal

Load Capacity: 4 Ton

Contact Person: Linda Mthimkhulu

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