A 6 cx 4 DAF CF tipper owned by Leenaerts located in Born. DAF doesn't offer all-wheel drive on its tippers. For this market segment, the mother company Paccar can offer Ginaf and Paccar products. Both are not owned by them but using a lot of DAF components.
A Den Breejen Terberg tipper chassis running on the A2 near Breukelen. Terberg ended production of tipper chassis quite some years ago. Ginaf stopped developing their own chassis recently. DAF and Volvo could have helped......
The so-called half pipe tipper is offering better unloading characteristics than most more boxed tipper designs. Because of the shape, less reinforcement is necessarily making the tipper often also much lighter. This unit is owned by Dutch operator H. Van Kemenade.
A Ginaf tipper hooked to a low loader trailer. The trailer is loaded with a wheel loader. The combo is owned by Dutch construction company Heijmans. The 8 x 4 Ginaf is equipped with a rear tipper for construction material including asphalt.
A Belgian Volvo FM hooked to a typical tipper semi-trailer. Tippers like this are most of the time used for agriculturally related transport. The all aluminium tipper is manufactured by the Belgian manufacturer STAS.
This tipper is not a half-pipe design but still offering the same or even better capabilities. The body shape offers a little more cubes compare with a genuine half-pipe design. This tipper, however, is intended for tipper work of products with a low specific weight.