Koolwijk, a well-known name on the Dutch container transport market. One of its DAF tractors is heading south on the A16 near Breda. Transport of containers between Rotterdam and Antwerp in intensive. Koolwijk trucks can be seen on this route every day.
An anonymous Dutch DAF XF hooked to a D-Tec dividable container chassis. The dividable container chassis is typical Dutch. Its more or less based on the 50-ton weight limit. Some German operators are using it but are facing to often problems with public services and police.
Dutch operator Van der Wal Utrecht is running a large fleet of swap body combos. Their fleet is mainly formed by Mercedes and DAF trucks. The company is specialized in long-distance transport throughout Europe and beyond.
This Iveco Stralis just collected a 40" box container form one of the new Europoort terminals. This area has strict environmental rules for trucks. They shouldn't be older than 7 years and or comply to the Euro 6 legislations.
A Dutch swap body combo running for Holonite, a composite brick manufacturer. Its intended for lightweight transport running at 32-36 ton gross weight. The Scania P series with Highline cab is owned by Dutch operator Bernaards. The rig is heading south on the A16 near Dordrecht.
Owner driver C, Verwey bought a DAF XF105 Super Space Cab once owned by Van Rijn. The latter was a vegetables trader who went bankrupt a number of years ago. The twin steer tractor is hooked to a Dutch-built Broshuis 2CONnect dividable container chassis.