road tanker transport
German operator Greiwing is using a substantial number of Iveco tractors for its international tanker work. The Stralis on this picture is equipped with an on-board compressor for unloading the tank on every required spot.
Schenk is most likely the biggest fuel distribution haulage company in Holland. The large fleet is servicing al major fuel brands in Holland. Besides Holland its also active in Germany, Belgium and Luxemburg. DAF is one of their major suppliers of trucks.
Dutch haulage company Stubbe running a DAF CF Space Cab road tanker combo oin the A16 near Breda. The road tanker is a cylindrical Hobur Jumbo tanker. The CF is matching perfectly with this kind of work. Its profile is fitting just right with the tanker.
A Belgian user of a Welgro cattle fodder tanker. The Dutch manufacturer is very successful with its excellent products. It simply keeps focusing entirely on this kind of transport equipment. Besides the European market its also selling equipment to the far east.
Magyar built road tankers can often be recognized by its cylindrical spillage trays. Though not looking that great it's easy to produce at much lower cost than the angled/boxed models used by the competitors. The covers, however, are a bit flimsy.
An empty running Iveco Stralis ADR tanker on the Dutch A1 near Deventer. Iveco seems to be on its way to replace the ageing cab structure of the Stralis. The basic cab shell was developed for the EuroStar series. Unfortunately didn't get it right and still struggles with this reputation.