Swedish operator Flexilast running an ECO combo for general-purpose transport. The Swedish version of the ECO combo is more or less comparable with the ones running in Holland though the allowed gross weights are substantially higher.
An aged Mercedes Atego live stock rigid. The rig is obviously intended for smaller and or young livestock. The Atego is a first-generation example and is easily 15 years old. The German license plate is not telling anything about the vehicle age as Dutch ones do.
The V-powered Mercedes Actrosses are rapidly disappearing from European roads. The Mp1 and Mp2 are hardly seen anymore, the Mp3 now and than. This Dutch example is an Mp2 recognizable by its front grill section. The tractor is equipped with the biggest cab available.
A modern Dutch brick hauler run by operator Alsemgeest. The 450 HP strong Streamline i shooked to a four axled semi-trailer. The crane is a self-propelled Kennis unit. The six axled combo is running at the allowed 50-ton gross weight.
Volvo is using a Renault cab on its FE series. The cab is more or less similar with the Renault MIdlum and DAF LF. Of course, its equipped with Volvo style elements on the exterior and a complete Volvo designed interior. The small Volvo is not sold in large numbers but enough to develop and continue it.
A P-cab Scania distribution combo run by Dutch operator Rotra. Rotra is short for roelfsenTransport, it's an old and well-established haulage company. It's using Scanias for many decades already. This example is an LNG driven unit for optimum sustainability.