A typical German swap body drawbar combo run by AM Spedition. The traditional two axled trailer is featuring double mounted tires. Most operators are using super single tires on this kind of trailers. The obvious reason is the difference in weight.
A nice Dutch traditional container combo hauling a 20' box container. The majority of worldwide used container chassis are three axled variants manufactured by a large number of companies. The five axled combo is perfectly capable of transporting a 25-ton payload container.
Maliepaard, an old name in Dutch container transport. One of its V8 powered Scania tractors is pulling a traditional three axled container chassis. The rig is loaded with a 20' swap body tank container owned by Van Den Bosch.
Dutch operator Alblas is known for running their trucks for ages. This MAN F2000 with top sleeper must have done far over two million kilometres during its long life. This shot was made in autumn 2018 and it's most likely still running for the Dutch.
Van Den Bosch owned a large fleet of road tankers and it still does. But just like its competitors, there is a major shift towards containerized transport going on. This picture shows a Volvo container combo running on the Dutch A50.
750 horses are l powering this Dutch Volvo FH16. Volvo is still supplying Europe's most powerful truck with this exceptional rating. Many expected Scania or Iveco to counter the number one position but so far they didn't reply. Mercedes, MAN, Renault and DAF a are staying out of this battle.