Most of the DAF XF trucks and tractors are equipped with the 12,9 litre MX engine. Nevertheless and certainly in Holland with is flat countryside, the MX11 is gaining substantial ground. The MX11 is now available up to 450 HP which is more than sufficient for moving an average 44 ton gross weight
Joosten Speciaaltransport running as a charter for Jan de Rijk Logistics. The low deck Mercedes Actros StreamSpace is hooked to step deck reefer semi offering three-meter loading height and well over 100 cubic meters of loading volume.
Bosatrans from Barcelona Spain heading south on the A16 near Dordrecht. The operator decided to go for the Renault T series flagship including the flat floor. Its cab height is impressive and almost matching the four meters high reefer semi.
A genuine left hooker run by Irish operator Ballycoton. Though being one of the last built Magnums the Renault is showing its age compared with most other brands. Renault made some tweaks to the exterior over the years but the basic concept is more or less still there.
Wating a the docks of the Rijnsburg flower auction. Transport of fresh flowers is a delicate job, as soon as the driver starts the load is decreasing in value. Temperature and time are the two key issues getting the load at its destination.
Supermarket chain COOP is one of the few Dutch chains using double deck semi-trailers for distribution purposes. The actual work is done by Bakker Logstiek, one of the biggest reefer operators in Holland. The COOP DAF's are all running in the company livery.