A very nice old MAN bonneted tipper combo in action at the Geilenkirchen 2019 Kippertreff. The MAN is hooked to a two axled low loader loaded with a shovel. Like most of the mid-fifties tippers, this one is equipped with a three-way tipper.
A nice Hegeman DAF 2800 dry bulk tanker combo. Unfortunately, the company went bankrupt quite a while ago. Their fleet was formed by Volvo, Scania and DAF trucks and tractors. Brick hauling, container, road tanker, dry bulk and container transport were the main activities.
A Grossraum V8 powered Mercedes tipper combo once owned by Millenaar, a Dutch tipper combo. The big Mercedes SK was sold reasonably well in the Netherlands. The semi tipper is an aluminum rear tipper with two steered axles.
A very nice "Kubische" Mercedes road tanker combo in the original Hoyer livery. The road tanker is a Germany built two axle unit running on a widespread tandem axle. The Mercedes LPS is equipped with a fixed cab, the later version got a tilt cab version.
A very nice Scania LS110 Super tractor. the rig is powered by a 10.6 litre 6-inline rated at 296 HP. The Scania is equipped with an ex work steel sleeper cab. The poles on the bumper are typical for a sixties and or seventies bonneted truck.
DVJ was a small-sized Dutch haulage company mainly active on the heavy haulage market. Mercedes and Scania were their preferred suppliers of trucks. Later on, DAF took over this role. The company was eventually bought by the also Dutch PAX group.