A good looking standard sleeper cab tipper combo owned by a Swedish operator. The tipper bodies are both fully insulated, very helpful when unloading below zero temperatures. Combos like this are grossing between 60 and 70 ton.
Demountable tippers combos are flexible for operators and shippers. Dutch combos are most of the time configured to run at the maximum 50 ton gross weight. This combo is most likely hauling steel scrap based on the size of the containers and its reinforcements.
Caron transport is running one of the bigger tipper fleets in the Netherlands. Road construction related transport is one of the major areas in their activities. Mercedes is their main supplier of trucks but as you can see MAN is also selling trucks to the Dutch company.
Mercedes is still the absolute market leader in Germany. Not only because of its German but also by the quality of their trucks and service. This Actros unit owned by Reinsch Spedition was spotted on the Dutch A50 motorway near Arnhem.
A DAF FTP CF tractor hooked to a three axled tipper. The FTP stands for a tractor equipped with the small non-steered axle mounted just before the drive axle. It adds about 3-4 ton to the kingpin load of a tractor. Enough to avoid axle overloading.
A Dutch Iveco Trakker tipper running on five axles. The additional axle is a local conversion and gives it an allowed gross weight of 49 ton. The Iveco is equipped with standard read tandem, a widespread version would make a 50 ton gross vehicle weight possible,