Dutch operator Heebink is focusing mainly on UK and Ireland transport. To service its customers in this specific market it also offers distribution in the important Ruhr area in Germany. The Heebink fleet is dominated by DAF The Dutch manufacturer is is supplying rigids and tractors.
A Scania R500 Topline loaded with a 20" swap body tank container. The tank container is owned by GermanopertorAlfred Talke. Talke is offering dry and liquid bulk transport including ADR products. Besides company owned trucks it also uses a lot of charters.
A superb new Scania S line container combo owned by owner-driver Michel Kramer. The Scania looks good in this very nice livery. The cab design needs a strong colour combination. The boxed shape is rather boring in a single colour or even white.
A German registered Mercedes Actros loaded with two boxed swap bodies. Most swap bodies are curtainsiders, a boxed version is weighing much more. Loading capacity is always an issue despite the allowed 44 gross weight limit in Germany for this kind of transport.
Dutch operator Leemans is a long time user of Iveco trucks and tractors. This dates back to the days of the Iveco TurboStar. Besides Iveco the company is also using Scania, DAF and MAN trucks. This combo is loaded with a company owned 45" box container.
Jan Dohmen owns this self-loader combo. The numbers of this kind of container chassis are low. Its ads substantial weight to a container chassis and it's expensive as well. Only for specific tasks or customer, an investment like this is possible.