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What truck companys do you usually see?

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For clarification, this thread is about the truck companies you usually see when you are out and about.

 

A thread like this probably already exists, plus i don't really hang around here that much now.

 

Here is my list. (Doesn't include FarmFoods or Home & Bargains) :P

 

Woodside Haulage Ltd.

McBurney Transport. 

Kennedy Transport (Usually hauling Guiness)

S.Norton 

 

The uncommon/rare companys.

Nagel Group (Langdons)

 

Foreign Companies i've seen.

Elpozo (Spain)

I can also remember seeing a truck from Lithuania, but i don't really remember it.

DFDS (Usually at college)

(Once) Symril Blue Water

(Once) Thomas Boers (NL)

(Once) J.Heebink (NL)

MarkPol, (kinda common, Poland)

Ambro.Pl (Poland)

DSV (Denmark)

Fili Scalabrin (I believe they are a French Company?)

 

And theres my list, i apologize for it for being long, i do have somewhat of a great memory.

 

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Stobart, Eddie Stobart. They are legit everywhere and their green trucks are very unique. I remember watching a series on them. It was called 'Eddie Stobart Trucks & Trailers' (season 1 I believe I watched).

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I see a fair few.

 

Here are a few from around me:

R F Bellis Haulage

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McCarthy Group

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Fox Bulk Transport

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Also, got a few from Ireland travelling further into the UK as I live close to the dual-carriageway connecting Holyhead and the M56:

Hannon Transport

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Blair International

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I see WAY TOO MANY TO REMEMBER THEM ALL, because of how companies in the USA work, it means there are LOADS of companies, basically everywhere.

 

UPS,
FedEx,
Ryder (they also do truck/trailer rentals),
Walgreens,
Bob's Furniture,
Walmart,
Rite-Aid (Bought out by Walgreens, slowly transferring over now),
Penske (they mainly do truck rentals, but theres a lot of cases where they have their own drivers as well),
Swift,
ICC Trucking, 
Coastal Carriers,
Con-Way Freight,
CRST,
Ajax Transportation,
New England Transportation Inc,
Central Refrigerated Service,
Dino Transport,
J.B. Hunt,
ABF,
A Duie Pyle,
Elite Freight Systems LTD,

C.R. England,

I even have a rock quarry at the end of my road! It's pretty quiet, but the trucks can be loud coming down the road (Old Ford LN8000 from 1989, a few MACK GU713 trucks, with front "ram bar"). They had just "dug" some new holes earlier today with dynamite.

I also have a company called Morgan Corporation right by me, they make truck bodies for trucks (the boxes you see on the back of a rigid truck, not trailers)

 

...the list goes on and on!

 

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On 11/27/2018 at 6:20 PM, Dziada said:

Stobart, Eddie Stobart. They are legit everywhere and their green trucks are very unique. I remember watching a series on them. It was called 'Eddie Stobart Trucks & Trailers' (season 1 I believe I watched).

 

Omg I remember that series.. The one with the really odd spotters in their caravan?

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Hello there,

 

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