A German registered MAN distribution rigid. The small MAN is using the same cab panels as the biggest TGX. It hurts te look of teh small MAN a little. The cab seems to be a little out of proportions. Nevertheless the driver is the winner with having a roomy cab with the looks of the bigger stable mates.
A nice Spanish MAN TGX XLX reefer combo. MAN suffers a little under its dull image nevertheless its sells large amounts of trucks. Despite the image its an excellent truck offering an excellent comfort, good fuel economy and performance to its drivers and operators.
The bodywork on the trailer and the rigid are both coming form the French manufacturer Chereau. The stainless steel mudguards are typical features for a Chereau body. I'm not sure if the trailer is Chereau chassis, its easily could be a Dutch brand as well.
Dutch operator Wezenberg is owning a Scania dominated fleet. This picture is showing on of its new R-series twin steer tractors. Wezenberg is already running a substantial number of it. Nevertheless its just as the competition also testing other brands like Iveco, DAF and Mercedes.
Pronk is hauling fruit and vegetables with its DAF fleet of reefers. This Euro 6 XF Super Space Cab just passed the bridge over the "Hollands Diep" near Moerdijk. The reefer semi is equipped with a folding tail lift and a steerable rear axle. Both are typical for distribution work.
The old and the new cab from Scania caught in one shot. Luckily its a matter of taste whats the nicest of the two, again luckily taste is something personal. Both tractors are owned by Stam Transport located in Opperdoes. The truck were parked in the weekend at the truckstop in Malden (NL)