Bas Kooy Transport
Specialist in het vervoeren van recyclebare goederen over de weg, waarbij
wij ons terdege bewust zijn hoe belangrijk het is om een schakel in de
logistieke keten te zijn. Wij voelen ons zo betrokken bij onze klanten en
hun wensen dat we vergaande automatisering hebben toegepast om de zo
noodzakelijke informatie snel en overzichtelijk online aan te leveren.
XTAR Mika Auvinen - Mercedes Benz The New Actros Super Show Truck
A legend in Building Super Show trucks - Mika Auvinen - made a new Working
truck. A truck which represents the future should have the motive that
backs it up. That's why the motive is from the Space and the details are
inspired by visions that lead the universe forward. The building team was
already common with each other with Antti Nyman and Pekka Alanko
accompanied by Mjölby Billackering, Hio-Mex Stainless Steel and Verhoomo
2012 Mercedes released the New Actros and right away it was noticed through
Europe by Truck Of The Year prize.
Spesific Mercedes Benz personnel from Finland, Sweden and Germany earns a
personal thank you for how they participated in the project and treated as
it was their child too. I've never seen anything from other brands, so hats
of for Finnish MB, Swedish MB and German management.
I'm just a talker, the real Workers earns the Thank you for this beutiful
truck: Paint Design Fredrik, Painters: Daniel and Terje; Lights, Interior
and Team Management: Antti Nyman and Pekka Alanko; Stainless Steel Hio-Mex
Tero Sassi and all who could help him; Nordic Tank; Interior: Verhoomo
Prima Lasse. Plus Thank yous for all the others that were involved in
building this truck.
And special thanks to all the Wives and Girlfriends and families that they
stay beside although their men have been making extra hours with
magnificient super show trucks sometimes when they should be at home.
PS. This note was only from me and no other organization or level of formal
communication have influenced this letter. The official statements are made
CRASHES 2013 Volvo FH
The driver of a new Volvo FH would emerge from an 80 km/h collision without
any serious injuries. And if the truck rolled over, there is an emergency
exit at hand. But not only the driver's safety has improved.
Thousands of simulated collision tests and about 100 real crash tests have
allowed Volvo Trucks' engineers to develop a safer truck cab. For instance,
high-strength materials such as dual-phase steel have been used in
collision-absorbing beams and in the doors. The cab too uses the strongest
steel available today for body panelling -- ultra-high-strength, thermoset,
press-moulded boron steel.
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