German operator Recht running a Volvo FH swap body combo on the Dutch A16 near Breda. The rig is loaded with two 20" boxed swap bodies owned by parcel shipper GLS. Combos like this are used for the transport between the hubs throughout Europe.
Deep sun visors like this DAF is showing are popular among drivers. Nevertheless, it limits the drivers view substantially and certainly on the aged DAF XF cab design. The front windscreen is very low compared with the other brands.
The standard version of the Renault T series is the most popular option. Nevertheless, the higher flat floor version is an interesting proposition. Certainly when the operator is using it for international long-distance work. The Volvo based driveline and chassis are guaranteeing its reliability.
A plain white Polish Iveco Stralis just came out of the ferries in Hook of Holland. The Iveco market share in eastern Europe is acceptable but could be much better for the Italian manufacturer. The all-new Iveco heavies expected at the coming Hanover IAA could change it for the better!
The livery on this Volvo FH Globetrotter could be copied from a Danish truck. The three used colours are matching perfectly, the striping is following the cab styling. The rig is owned by Dutch owner operator G. van Koeveringe.
A DAF CF Space Cab rigid equipped with a swap body set up. Certainly, for distribution work this kind of bodywork is interesting. The driver simply swaps the body and leaves for a new trip. For handling the empty units you always need a truck, a forklift won't work.