Sunday, November 18, 2012

More Moments from Max

No operators name or any livery on this DAF.

This model of Western Star must be one of the best looking conventionals on the road.
Especially with twin exhaust and intake stacks.
The Owens Group was taken over by Mainfreight almost 10 years ago.

Kenworth with flat deck B-train of Shannon Bulk Haulage.

High volume body and high volume cab for the Canterbury Bulk Freight Scania.

Freightliner Argosy of Mainfreight pulls two containers on this container lift trailer.

Another trailer capable of loading its own containers behind this day cab Volvo FM of Toll.

Allied Concrete have mixers in the livery of this Mack, all over NZ.

Maskill's Kenworth wears aerodynamic aids to tow this curtain sided B-train.

Miller's Machinery Movers of Palmerston North tow their 3 axle low loader with this Mack

Another Kenworth from Reid's Transport of Rangiotu.

I thought AF Logistics only carried temperature controlled products, primarily  for the Foodstuffs supermarket chains, but the load being pulled by this AF liveried Freightliner Argosy suggests I am wrong.

A  step framed, chilled, curtain sided B-train being pulled by a Freightlines Kenworth.
The rego plate gives me a clue to its model. 

Provincial Freightlines is owned by the Linfox Group, hence the Linfox labels  on this Mack Qantum.

Linfox Freightliner Argosy  with a load of chilled products for  Countdown supermarkets.
The cab colours are Total Transport's, as they are part of the Linfox group too.

Another Maskill's Kenworth. This time a COE with its decks full of new, and no doubt expensive, agricultural equipment.

A Hall's Refrigerated Transport Kenworth passes grazing sheep in the Palmerston North sun.

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