A 50 ton grossing Dutch Scania S series. The rig is equipped with a demountable tipper system and obviously running for waste collector Suez. Demountable tippers are very popular in the Netherlands, DAF, Scania and Volvo are the market leaders.
A tag axled day cab Stralis equipped with a demountable tipper system. The rig is running a refusal system, it most likely runs also with other municipal systems. Iveco is selling quite some LNG trucks to public organizations because of its sustainable character.
A Mercedes Actros road-going tipper combo. The Actros is the street version running mainly on air suspension. The more sturdy Arocs has steel spring all around. For tippers like this, the Actros is the obvious choice, its offering just a little bit extra comfort.
Volvo is offering a range of tipper chassis for the Dutch market. It lacks all-wheel drive units, in the past, this gap was filled by Terberg with its Volvo based trucks. It strange Volvo dropped all the available technique and technology in the Terberg organization.
MAN is currently the market leader in Holland for 10 x 8 tipper chassis. Though all are modified standard four-leggers the additional cost of this isn't hampering sales of it. The picture shows a Westdijk unit, the company runs a large fleet of terrain worthy tippers.
Ginaf stopped manufacturing its own chassis. The current Ginafs are modified standard DAF chassis. The option list of such a modification is still very long. The new method of manufacturing is more economic, all-wheel-drive tippers will always stay a niche market.