road tanker transport
A double coned stainless steel tanker owned by a French operator. Though complicated and therefor expensive to build the concept is offering advantages over traditional road tanker designs. The self-emptying nature of the design is the key feature of it.
A good-looking Volvo road tanker combo owned by Dutch operator Van Ziel is romping up the Rhine bridge near Rhenen. Attractive colours are helping the image of road transport. Despite being the engine of many economical activities, many people don't like the "big" trucks on the road.
A single-walled Hobur road tanker owned by VD Lee. The Dutch company is buying Hobur tankers for decades already. A pity its production was moved to Belgium. The LAG and Hobur tankers are manufactured alongside each other in Bree.
The euro 6 DAF XF proves to be the hammer for DAF. The traditional approach with continuous product improvement seems to pay off. The parent company Paccar is most likely influencing this policy strongly. Investment in new products is difficult for a US-based company.
A four legger concrete mixer isn't often recognized being a tanker it functions that way just as a regular tanker. Concrete is a product of an extremely high specific weight. Most modern mixers of today have at least four axles.
Danish operator Wetter is heading south on the Dutch A50. The company is using a lot of DAFs for its international road tanker work. The XF Space Cab is the preferred fleet tractor. The tanker is a Belgian built LAG stainless steel unit.