Innovative aerodynamic solutions for trucking

Aerodymax is on a mission to reduce fuel consumption & emissions in trucks by 10% and cut the global emissions by >100M tons of CO2 per year

Aerodynamic skirt (Trailer skirt)

Starting €1500

Saves 1-1.5 liters / 100 km fuel

Cuts CO2 emissions by 3-5%

ROI: 6-9 months

Warranty: 3 yrs

Successfully completed many fleet tests in Europe

Production certified: ISO 1090, ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015

All metals are high grade stainless steel (AISI 304)


Reduces road spray and ice buildup

Extremely durable and flexible

Fuel savings calculator:

Monthly mileage,
thousand km
Fuel consumed
/ 100 km
Fuel economy, per year: *
*Diesel price of €1.8 per litre
Emissions decrease, per year:
0 tons of CO2

Coming soon...

Dymax underbody:
skirt+palette in one

Decreases fuel
& emissions by 3-5%


Decreases fuel
& emissions by 3-5%


Decreases fuel
& emissions by 3-5%

Switchable batteries
for ev-trucks

Carries 3000 kgs of
switchable batteries

Try on your fleet!

Media and research


AB InBev starts using a solution that reduces energy consumption & emissions in trucks by up to 5%, by Aerodymax.

Tim Moerman, Director of Sustainability at ABInBev: "We are very proud of this partnership with Aerodymax. We plan to equip other trailers with these in the near future, to achieve a significant reduction in CO2 emissions."


Jost Group and ABInBev started equipping their trailers with Aerodymax skirts in Belgium.

The solution was picked by 100+ Accelerator, ran by ABInBev, Coca-Cola, Unilever & Colgate-Palmolive. The other corporate partners are planning to start piloting Aerodymax skirts later in 2023


The EU Commission passes a new regulation regarding fuel consumption and emissions associated with trailers.

The regulation also defines trailer skirts and tails, and methods for their fuel efficiency assement and certification.


Improving Truck Trailer Aerodynamics Will Save the Industry Billions.

North American Council for Freight Efficiency: “Skirts have become lighter, less expensive, and more robust. It is a net positive investment, and the payback period is getting shorter over time."


Side skirts remain the leading fuel-saving technology in Canada, with an average ROI of 9 months and adoption rates hitting 90%.

Read a survey of 60 biggest Canadian truck fleets including Coca-Cola and Walmart on fuel efficiency technologies used.


PepsiCo updates 1,600 trailers in the company’s fleet with TrailerTails and trailer skirts.

PepsiCo aims to improve the fuel economy of its fleet of trucks and trailers and make less of an impact on the environment.


California mandates aerodynamics: research points to significant benefits to fuel efficiency.

Trailers working in California are required to use EPA SmartWay-certified technologies, such as side skirts, gap fairings, or trailer tails.


Costs, adoption rates and efficiency of fuel-saving technologies in the North American market.

A White paper by the International Council of Clean Transportation.


Trailer skirts save ~6.7% of fuel, while undercarriage air deflectors demonstrated up to 2.2% fuel efficiency.

Performance Innovation Transport has published a report based on 5 years of monitoring of big American trucking fleets.

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