A small Mercedes Ategeoof a Berlin-based construction company in the center of the German capital. The Atego cab is still based on the previous truck series. Mercedes most likely found its new cab simply too big. Looking at the small MAN trucks its a right choice.
In Scandinavia, this kind of reversed trailers is more common than in the rest of Europe. Dutch operator Bol Transport decide to go for it. The combo is used to haul carcasses from farms all over Holland. The load is brought to one of the two destruction companies in Holland.
A Scania P450 four legger running on the Dutch A16 near Zwolle. The rig is owned by Haulage company Foeke Visser. The rig is used for transport of agricultural products and cattle fodder. The Scania is equipped with three steered axles for optimum manoeuvrability.
A heavily modified Scania five axled tipper chassis. The standard 8 x 4 chassis is extended and equipped with a steered rear axle. The axle layout, however, is conventional and its five axles don't offer the 50 gross weight of competitors wide a widespread tandem.
A nice aluminium tipper chassis owned by Zwart BV. Aluminium is strong and light, the weight difference with steel is huge. But is also vulnerable, it can only be used for a limited number of products. Scrap and industrial garbage are out of the question.
A 10 x 8 MAN TGS tipper chassis running on the A16 near Breda. The daycabbed MAN is equipped with a modern styled rear tipper. The 10 x 8 is very common in Holland. Its soil is often wet and sloppy, traction is everything for a tipper.