road tanker transport
Dekker an old well-established name in the Dutch road tanker scene. The preferred truck supplier is Scania but today the company also uses DAF and Volvo trucks for its daily work. The road tanker is a three compartment Hobur unit.
A Gé Simons dry bulk tanker running on the Dutch A16 near Breda. The MAN is equipped with the full width middle sized XLX cab. The company is already more than 50 years active as a haulage company. Bulk transport was done form the beginning.
A French registered DAF XF105 Road tanker is entering Holand at the border crossing Meer. The owner is Delcroix from Auby in Northern France. The company is offering ADR, tipper and general transport to its customers.
A Polish subcontractor is pulling a Van den Bosch tipper dry bulk tanker. The tractor is equipped with a compressor for unloading. It must, therefore, be regular work for truck an driver. The rig was spotted on the Dutch A28 near Zwolle.
A modern 30 cubic meter Dutch diary tanker. The tankers did grow through the years, end of the dairy regulations by the EC created another boom. The amounts of produced milk by Dutch farmers is incredible, no wonder the road tanker grew with it.
German operator Kielholz & Rybicki heading south on the German A7 north of Hannover. The company fleet is showing up trucks supplied by DAF, Scania, Volvo, Mercedes, and Renault. Dry bulk transport is the most important activity of the Germans.