Coop is one of the few supermarkets in Holland using double-deckers for their distribution work. The combo is owned by Bakker Transport, one of the leading companies where it concerns physical distribution for super markets. The DAF CF is a FTP version with the small pusher axle.
A beautiful Volvo FH4 owned by Dutch vegetables wholesale company Van Oers. The modern white green livery is classy and makes the look of the Volvo based combo. The reefer combo is doing distribution and transport work for the trading activities of the company.
An all white Volvo FH16 Globetrotter XL from Greece. Greek operators love sheer horse power for their long distance work. Scania and Volvo are often the preferred trucks, the Volvo FH16 and the V8s from Scania are clearly favorite. Most of the Greek combos seen in Western Europe are reefers.
Dasko is using in Holland a number of Renault T series for its reefer distribution work. The Renault T series is an underestimated truck, the sold numbers don't reflect its qualities. The comfort is excellent, its drive line is Volvo based so nothing can go wrong. Nevertheless driver acceptance is a necessity.
Wolter Koops with one fo its so called ECO combos. The Scania is a 6 x 2 R500 Topline powered by a 16 liter V8. The 500 horses doesn't have any issue with the allowed 60 ton gross weight in the flat Dutch country side. Most of the Koops trucks however have about 450 HP average.
A true beauty from Scotland! The spotless Scania Streamline owned by P. & C. Hamilton from Girvan Scotland is running on the Dutch A28 near Zwolle. The tractor is a genuine right hooker, not all UK operators running regular on Europe are buying left hookers for this purpose.