road tanker transport
A DAF CF owned by the Dutch CGA subsidiary heading south on the A16 near Breda. The CF is a typical road tanker tractor, lightweight and still powerful. DAF is, of course, offering its 10,8 litre 6-inline in it giving it a few hundred kilo's additional payloads.
A sleeper cab DAF XF Euro 6 dairy tanker. The road tanker is a three axled Hobur unit. The insulated all stainless steel tanker is equipped with a steered rear axle. It secures manoeuvrability, certainly necessary on narrow farm yards.
The name Van Der Lee could be disappearing on the longer term. The company is bought by competitor Vervaeke. Together both companies run more than 700 tractors and well over 1.000 road tankers. Every ADR fluid can be transported by this fleet.
A Mercedes Mp2 hooked to a three compartment Hobur road tanker. The combo is oned by Dutch road tanker operator VD Kooy. Hobur was built in Sneek and Pijnacker for decades, nowadays its manufactured in Bree on a joint production line with LAG.
Ems-Vechte, a German cattle fodder producer is owning this good-looking Mercedes Actros dry bulk tanker. The combo is running on the Dutch A28 near Zwolle. Its bringing fodder to a Dutch customer of Ems-Vechte.
German dry bulk operator Imgrund is running a number of this huge dry bulk tankers. Of course, this size of dry bulk tankers is only suitable for products with an extreme low specific weight. The tractor is a 460 HP DAF XF Euro 6 Space Cab.