A Gefco car transport running on the Dutch A16 north of Breda. The sleeper cabbed Iveco Stralis is running empty and most likely heading for a load of cars in Belgium. Gefco is also offering general haulage with curtainsiders to its customers.
Europe left the 2008 crisis, its roads are stretched to the limits by cars and trucks. The Dutch government missed the necessity getting its infrastructure to the required level. It moves but slow and to less.......
Dutch operator Swijnenburg is using Mercedes truck for its daily business for quite a while already. The flat floor Actros is the preferred tractor nowadays. Its metallic blue silver livery is looking great on it.
The DAF LF isn't a bad truck, its a sound design with hardly any shortcomings. Nevertheless outside the Benelux and the UK its sold in limited numbers. A pity Paccar needs to invest more in this class before it looses the market.
Maurang is offering brick, dry bulk transport to its customers. The bulk transport is done with dry bulk tankers and walking floor trailers like the on this picture. The Maurang fleet is dominated by DAF and Volvo.
A traditional six axled Dutch drawbar combo. Its owner Lars Makken turned the Volvo combo is something nice. The black silver livery is giving it a distinct look. The massive bulbar doesn't look to brutal because of the color scheme.