The Scania fleet owned by S. Verbeek is famous Europe wide. The high spec trucks are loaded with every thinkable option and featuring a very striking livery. The Scanias are doing all the logistics for the Dutch potato trading company.
The Scania R series is the best looking version of the new cab family. The proportions of the bigger S cab are not that nice. The additional lights in the front are so far exclusive for the Swedish brand. Maybe some of the new competitors will have something similar.
Combex is a Dutch haulage company focusing on construction-related transport. Its runs a fleet well over 150 units. Besides the "average "brick haulers" its also transporting a huge number of concrete piles in all sorts of dimensions.
A typical Dutch distribution combo run by Darvi Transport. The MX11 powered DAF CF is a day cab version, its semi a steered box unit including a tail lift. The Darvi fleet is counting about 90 trucks. The company is part of the big Dutch Meeus group.
The DAF LF series is quite successful in the UK and in Holland. The UK built trucks using a Renault built cab and a Paccar badged Cummins engine. Though its well designed and capable truck its not up to Iveco, MAN and Mercedes trucks in the same class
Polish operator Zebrowiak owns this big cabbed Renault T series. The French built trucks share a lot of its main components with Volvo. It's styling however is typical French, not everybody likes it but it a good designed and built truck series.