A German registered Mercedes Atego reefer distribution rigid. The Atego is the only remaining Mercedes trucks series what uses parts of the previous series. Even for Mercedes, it seems to be too expensive to develop a brand new cab. Nevertheless, the Atego is good looking and up to date.
The Renault T series is using the same cab structure as the Volvo FH. Body panelling and interior are designed by the French. Though sharing a lot of components the Renault is an entirely different truck. This Spanish operator uses the high flat floor version for its international transport.
A two axled reefer semi-trailer is quite rare nowadays. The semi is equipped with a tail lift, its explanatory for the usage as a distribution combo. The Iveco is a diesel-powered Stralis, an LNG version could be an interesting option certainly when its used in cities.
The Volvo FH4 is a true long distance truck series. Operators from all over Europe are loving it. Its cab proves itself as a perfectly designed accommodation for the driver. it's not the biggest cab on the market but it points on almost every property.
The reefer transport division of Land Harkema is using a different livery form the general cargo fleet. It started all by a takeover, the bought trucks were new and had this white with red striping livery. It was known and liked so it stayed.
Dutch operator A.G. Van Geffen is mainly focusing on reefer distribution work throughout the Netherlands. Their fleet is fully dominated by DAF trucks and tractors. The DAF CF is more or less their standard flee tractor. This picture shows one of the latest CF's in the fleet.