P.Visser runs this good looking Dutch container ECO combo. It's running at the allowed 60 gross weight. For more economic and sustainable transport of containers, this should be raised to 70--75 ton. Politicians with their never-ending railroad fairy tail are blocking progress.
DAF is working on a replacement for its ageing cab design. The first pictures of a heavily camouflaged tractor are circling on the world wide web. The progress of the project is unclear. DAF is very capable of keeping project ls like this out of sight.
An electrically heated tank container owned by German operator Hoyer. The 20' unit is loaded on a container combo run by H. Bunschoten. The FH is one of the last built series of the previous FH design. Its cab is the higher XL version.
A five axled German swap body combo. The German weight laws are allowing 44 tons of gross weight for combos like this. It's just enough to load an average 25 ton. Running it with two loaded containers can be a problem.
Dutch operator A.J. Kortenover is running this very nice Scania-Broshuis combo. The Swede is a V8 powered S series, the biggest cab sofar in the Scania line up of cabs. Though new its cab length is not overwhelming at all, the bed is still an issue.
An eastern European combo picked up a container in the port of Rotterdam. Violation against European cabotage laws is very common in the container transport business. The police aren't doing a lot against it, they have as they say other priorities.