A typical German swap body combo, The rig is running on full air suspension just as the trailer. The rigid is a 6 x 2 unit powered by a 13 liter 6-inline rated between 420 and 530 HP. Most of the Actros trucks are using the 450 HP version however for this kind of work.
Again there are rumors about the introduction of new Iveco trucks. The new trucks are expected to have a complete new designed cab. Iveco kept its engine family up to date, it doesn't need to do much to integrate it in a new truck line.
A twin steer Renault T series owned by driver operator Marcel vd Broek. Renault didn't offer a twin steer on the old Magnum, only a pusher version was available. VD Broek decided to go for the lower version, getting in and out is a little better for container work.
ESC is a huge container operator, its fleet is dominated by MAN trucks. The MAN TGX XLX is the proffered fleet tractor in the from origin Belgian company. Just as many of its competitors ECS is using a lot of low cost Eastern European drivers.
A good looking Dutch MAN TGA XLX combo owned by Van Gameren. The rig is loaded with a company owned 20" swap body tank container. The swap body is used within Europe and or short sea operations. Its a Belgian built Van Hool unit.
A container self loader isn't seen that much. Its adding substantial weight to a container chassis. A container with 25 ton payload is about the max what an operator can haul legally with a combo like this. A light weight tractor can bring some extra hundreds of kilo payload to it.