Though its cab is a steel frame with SMC panels and there for more or less rust proof the numbers of Renault Magnums are rapidly declining. The big French truck was certainly popular in France and southern Europe. With the big T series, Renault offers a value for money replacement.
The lower version o9f the Renault T-series in use by Polish operator Link. It's sharing its cab frame with the Volvo FH just as a lot of the other main components. Its styling is completely different from the Volvo and typical French: you need to get used to it to love it.
An aged Mercedes Axor is just leaving the sugar plant in Hoogkerk in the northern part of the Netherlands. The Merc is hooked to a walking floor semi-trailer. Today a lot of sugar beets transport is done with walking floor semi-trailers.
A good looking day cabbed Mercedes Actros drawbar combo. The German-built truck is hooked to a three axled Nooteboom low loader trailer. The 6 x 2 Mercedes is equipped with a tail mounted Palfinger hydraulic crane.
The two oldest cab designs on the European truck market. Both are going to be replaced. The Iveco is almost there, DAF only started testing mules on public roads. According to the available pictures the new Iveco could share cab part with the current Stralis.
Gam Bakker, an old Dutch haulage company. The Middenmeer based company is running fully Volvo dominated fleet. The Volvo FH Globetrotter is the preferred truck and tractor. Besides curtainsiders its running a fleet of reefers as well.