road tanker transport
Dairy transport is big business in Holland. Almost all transport is covered by road transport, only a marginal part is done by barge and pipeline. The road tanker units are getting bigger and bigger. 30 cubic meter capacity is quite usual.
A single-walled stainless steel Van Hool road tanker. The rig is loaded with an acid called Sodium Hydroxide. The tank body is most likely equipped with a rubbery coating to avoid pitting of the stainless steel by the acid.
GCA Transport located in Moerdijk is running quite some Renault T series tractors. The middle sized cab is a good choice for running it internationaly like GCA is doing. The cab is roomy and offers enough comfort to its driver.
A nice Scania Hobur combo owned by Garbuvet. Hobur road tankers were a product of cooperation between the companies Holvrieka and Burg. Later on, Burg bought the Holvrieka group. Nowadays the Hobur road tankers are built by LAG in Belgium.
A short tipper dry bulk tanker means that is used for transport of a product with a high specific weight. The alternative is a non tipping unit but a compressor is than always necessary for unlaoding. The majority of dry bulkers are made from aluminum.
Heemex is specialized in transport of cement. Their distinctive dry bulk tanker fleet is one of the biggest of its kind in the Netherlands. The Dutch company is using Mercedes tractors for many decades already. Most of the tankeers are non tipping units.