|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.|