|FIRSTLY FROM MAX'S LENS|
Big Chill Distribution has its roots in a one truck company carrying pies between Auckland and Tauranga in the 1990s.
Today they are a nation wide chilled freight company operating rigs like this Volvo FM Globetrotter.
|N & M Jongeneel transport is another Palmerston North based company who haul chilled fresh products.|
Here is its Mercedes with curtain side, chilled B-train
|Turners & Growers is a distributor of fresh produce throughout NZ and the world.|
An International in its colours pulls a chilled curtain-side with livery promoting Jazz apples.
|A Yummy Fruit Company Freightliner Argosy with 4 axle refrigerated van.|
MORE OLDIES FROM MY OWN LENS
|Britton's House Movers, Mack Superliner.|
|Castlepoint Station's Commer takes a break in Masterton. The TS3 has just hauled this load of wool 60 odd kms over a road of many corners and steep hills, so the driver may have got out to rest his ears.|
|8V71 powered TM Bedford of Saintarium Health Foods unloads at Moore Wilson's warehouse in Masterton with the winter sun low in the sky.|
|A very neat little Scania LB80 tow truck from 1972.|
Lightweight tow trucks often don't clock up the kilometres very quickly, so I wonder if it is still on the road.
|Scania T112M from the Eketahuna branch of the large Hargreaves fleet.|
|Volvo F10 with skinny day cab unloads from its refrigerated trailer at McLay's Meats in Upper Hutt.|
|Kenworth 8 wheeler of David Pope, Masterton.|