Brinkman Trans is a dutch haulage company mainly focusing on Denmark and Scandinavia transport. Just as many of its competitors it's using a flexible number of operators as charter. It keeps its fleet sizeable to the ever-changing market situation.
The DAF CF is forming the back bone of the huge Dutch Peter Appel fleet. Supermarket logistics are the number one core business of the company. Of course, Peter Appel is also using other brands as a comparison. Most of the trucks are powered by 400-460 engines.
Renault needs a way to improve its sales figures. They have the right products but are not capable of equaling the sales figures of the Magnum and the Premium. Despite the Volvo components and the proven quality operators don't buy them that easily.
An older Duthcregistered MAN TGS reefer distribution truck. MAN is certainly popular in the Netherlands, certainly among the bigger fleets. MAN reputation of being an excellent fleet truck is rock solid. Owner-drivers, however, are far less attracted by the German brand.
A nice Dutch Mercedes Actros flower hauler heading south on the Dutch A28 near Zwolle. Dutch flower export is big business, the majority of the flowers is transported by road. Some of it by air, rail is certainly not an option because of the low average speeds on international routes.
A very nice Scania R490 Streamline running ontheA16 near Moerdijk. It was the most powerful 6-inline Scania offered in this series. Very recently Scania introduced a new 520 HP version. Next year an all-new 13-litre engine is expected with maybe even more power!