road tanker transport
A typical Scandinavian dry bulk tanker running on a local Swedish road. The rig is obviously running empty, proven by several lifted axles. The Scandinavian truck market is a Volvo and Scania domain, the other brands are selling bu only at a marginal level.
Transport of concrete is not often seen as tanker transport but it is without any doubt. The number of mixer running on a daily basis is huge throughout Europe. The Dutch units are often formed by five axled rigid chassis allowed to run at 50 ton GVW.
German operator Ruhrtrans running a good looking road tanker combo. The Tractor is a Renault T series equipped with the lower version of the cab. The bigger one if higher and offering a flat floor. Running international both are an excellent option with different advantages for the driver and operator.
Cattle fodder transport is big business in the Netherlands. A large number of haulage companies is involved in the daily transport of it. Agricultural export is booming in the Netherlands, it includes, meat, vegetables, fruit and flowers.
German operator Anhalt is a big DAF user and it does so for many many years already. Besides the well-known road tanker business its also doing reefer transport. Both activities are executed Europe wide. Their livery is just as the relationship with DAF rock solid and unchanged for many years.
The Scania R series is looking much better than its bigger brother the S series. The door section of an S series is huge and not in balance with the overall design. DAF was often criticized over its boxed design, it seems Scania had a good look at it before starting its own design.