A Polish registered Renault Premium loaded with a Van Hool built 20" tank container running on the Dutch A50 between Apeldoorn and Arnhem.. The Renault Premium is a solid work horse but at the end of its life cycle.
A Dutch combo loaded with typical swap bodies. Both have side doors, a not often seen feature on this kind of swap bodies. They must be intended for a not that heavy cargo, the combo is running on only four axles.
A typical German swap body combo owned by haulage company Carl Büttner. The Mercedes Actros Mp2 combo is running on full air suspension, almost a necessity for this kind of work. All major brands are offering a dedicated chassis for this kind of work.
Swiss operator Bertschi is active all over Europe. Core business is container transport, dry bulk is one of their specialties. The Bertschi fleet is dominated by DAF and MAN. Both brands are supplying mainly middle sized light weight tractors.
G. Groenenboom is a Dutch container haulage company. Its fleet is dominated by Scania for a long time already. Nevertheless its also running some other brands for comparison. This Groenenboom combo was spotted on the Dutch A50.
Weeda is one fo the Dutch container haulage companies investing a lot in the look of their trucks. This Scania was elected a number of years ago as one of the prettiest container combos of Holland. Keeping the equipment in this state is no sinecure, however.....