A Swedish heavy hauler is romping a local road in Skane South Sweden. Volvo and Scania are dominating the Swedish market. Not entirely as it used to be but their sold numbers are still staggering. The Scania trucks are of powered by a V8.
A twin steer MAN hooked to a three axled semi low loader. The load is a four-wheeled reacher, often used on construction sites. The combo is owned HWS Verhuur, a Dutch plant hire company. The semi is equipped with hydraulic ramps for easy loading and unloading.
Smit Kampen is running several Broshuis trailers. This isn't surprising, the Dutch manufacturer is also located in this town. Smit Kampen is doing a lot of construction material transport including pre-fabricated constructions for houses.
A Volvo four axled tractor equipped with a heavy hydraulic crane. The owner decided to go for a 360 working field of the crane. It's explaining the extra hydraulic support leg on the front. Normally a truck-based crane offers a limited workload working over the cab, this one isn't
Crane hire company De Gier located in Rotterdam is owning this MAN ballast combo. The four axled MAN TGA is hooked to a Dutch six axled Nootewoom semi-trailer. The combo is grossing at 100 ton, the maximum on Dutch roads without a special permit.
Inco Logistics is running this special combo. The rig is purpose-designed for hauling oversized steel sheets. By elevating the lading deck under an angle the operator is capable of transporting much wider plates without needing a special permit.