German operator Rinnen is mostly relying on Mercedes Benz trucks. the Actros Mp4 is their standard fleet tractor. This picture is showing one of their Actros tractors hooked to a container chassis. The load is a 20" company owned swap body tank container.
A heavy reinforced dry bulk container combo heading south on the Dutch A28 near Zwolle. Dry bulk transport with containers is a rapidly growing market in Europe. This boxed shape container is offering maximum loading volume to its shipper.
A Polish MAN TGX tractor hooked to a three axled container chassis running on a Dutch motorway. The cabotage issue is a huge problem, checking all traffic is almost impossible but the activities deployed by the Dutch government to tackle it are far below acceptable.
A Belgian operator running a Dutch-built Broshuis 2CONnect dividable container chassis. Though typical Dutch Broshuis sold units to German and Belgium for instance. The German authorities made a lot of fuss about it. It simply didn't fit in their traditional laws and regulations.
Worldwide parcel specialist UPS is heavily depending on the swap body in their European part of its network. This picture is showing a Dutch subcontractor hauling two units. The mainstay of its transport, however, is executed with company-owned equipment.
The new Scania S is certainly impressive. But it also proves the issues around using only one cab system for al weight classes. The R version is much more balanced, the size of its doors is looking much better than the huge and more or less oversized S version.