TLT Aalten is transporting an agricultural machine on a two axled Broshuis low loader. The Dutch manufacturer invested heavily in new products and production capacity. The company proved to be successful in difficult circumstances.
A UK registered Scania owned by Grampian Continental running on the Dutch A28. Grampian is focusing on the on and offshore gas and oil industry. It's having a subsidiary company located in Beverwijk. The Grampian fleet is dominated by Scania.
After difficult years Nooteboom seems to be going strong as well again. This good-looking Scania-Nooteboom combo from Geta is representing one of the most successful concepts on the Dutch market, the three axled semi low loader.
German operator Klaus Wienands collected a 40" box container at one of the new terminals on the so-called second Maasvlakte in the Rotterdam port area. The twin steer MAN TGX XXL is hooked to a Dutch built three axled Nooteboom semi low loader.
Gebr. Jansen runs as a charter for Van Der Sluis located in Staphorst. The twin steer Scania Topline is hooked to a three axled Broshuis semi low loader. Its loaded with a couple of 20" box containers, often used for storage at construction sites.