2022 | GB ON OUR WAY WITH OUR PURCHERS
MEET TEAM 50 YEARS OF FAMILY SUPPORT & TRANSPORT HISTORY
CUSTOMERS ABOUT BUFFL CUSTOMIZERS
'I NEVER LOOK ONLINE'
WELL TAKEN CARE OF p. 8/9
A COMPANY WITH HISTORY
UNIQUE INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR
CONTENT MAGAZINE | THE TRUCK TRADERS 2022 FOREWORD | p.3 Pim speaks INTERVIEW | p. 4 / 5 It all starts with purchasing A LOOK AT THE MARKET | The sales team speaks
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MEET THE TEAM | p. 8 / 9 Support & transport FACTS 2021 | p. 10 / 11 Figures and results INTERVIEW | p. 14 / 15 Mick Moody: a self-willed Englishman 50 YEARS OF HISTORY | p. 16 / 17 From the past to the present BUFFL CUSTOMIZERS | p. 18 / 19 Customer experiences NEWS | p. 20 / 21 Everything for your truck under one roof BUFFL CUSTOMIZERS | p. 22 / 23 11 things you don’t know about yet
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You don't earn respect with numbers. You earn respect simply by doing! "
A preface like this isn’t really my thing. After all, what should I write about? The numbers, profit percentages and turnover figures of 2021? Granted, they’re impressive, but they say little about who The Truck Traders are. Or about how we work and the relationship with our customers and suppliers. Which is too bad. Because for me it’s all about that relationship.
done by 9 o'clock in the morning. Taking action, delivering quality and giving the people around you genuine attention, that’s what it’s all about. Building a bond together through small and large deeds and always keeping promises. The teams of The Truck Traders and BUFFL Customizers work from the same vision. And our great results stem from that.
I think you should want everyone to do well in the business world. It’s not important whether someone buys two, twenty or two hundred cars a year. It’s about keeping promises and showing appreciation, on both sides. Knowing that the big picture is right. Genuine cooperation, solving everyday problems and also helping everyone make money along the way. That's an excellent foundation for building a relationship.
In both my private life and in business: I would do anything for those close to me. And hopefully they will do the same for me. But you won't build that bond by throwing some numbers around in a preface. Or by showing a customer your expensive car. You also won't earn respect on social media. You earn respect simply by doing.
Equally important is to always be the first. Always. Leaving on Sunday evening and standing on someone's doorstep at 6:00 on Monday. Your breakfast will taste even better and you’ll show that you’re making an effort. An additional advantage: by the time other buyers and sellers arrive, you will already have made some good deals. As far as that is concerned, the cattle trade prepared us well, where a ton of work is already
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EVERYTHING STARTS WITH PURCHASING
A SUCCESSFUL SALE STARTS WITH STRONG PURCHASING. FOR OUR BUYERS ABROAD IN PARTICULAR, LAST YEAR WAS DIFFERENT. BORDERS CLOSED, FLYING WASN’T AN OPTION AND CUSTOMERS WERE RELUCTANT TO RECEIVE FOREIGN CONTACTS. DESPITE THESE RESTRICTIONS, THE TRUCK TRADERS' PURCHASE NUMBERS INCREASED FROM 2020. THERE’S A REASON WE SAY: WE'LL FIND A WAY! TWO OF OUR BUYERS TALK ABOUT THEIR PURCHASING TACTICS.
PURCHASING NAME: ROLAND ITERBEKE
NAME: HENK BRUSSE
ACHTERGROND: WORKED AS A CATTLE TRANSPORTER FOR
ACHTERGROND: HAS OVER TWENTY YEARS OF EXPERIENCE AS
VAEX THE LIVESTOCK TRADERS UNTIL 2002.
A BUYER AND SELLER IN SCANDINAVIA.
HEDEN: WHEN HE SOLD HIS BUSINESS, HE STARTED WORKING
HEDEN: HE HAS WORKED AS A BUYER FOR VAEX THE TRUCK TRADERS
AS A BUYER FOR VAEX THE TRUCK TRADERS, IN BELGIUM.
IN DENMARK, SWEDEN AND NORWAY FOR THE PAST TWO YEARS.
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ROLAND ITERBEKE: 'I never look online.'
HENK BRUSSE: 'When I get into my car on Sunday evening, I still have no idea where I am going to buy a vehicle that week.
How does your working week look? I buy vehicles in Belgium and bring them to the Netherlands. Mainly trucks and rigids, and the occasional cattle truck. I bring sold vehicles back to the ports of Antwerp, Zeebrugge or northern France. I have a large network consisting of past contacts: cattle dealers, but mostly self-employed transporters. Saturday is therefore the busiest purchasing day for me: during the week, of course, everyone is on the road.
How does your working week look? When I get into my car on Sunday evening, I still have no idea where I am going to buy a vehicle that week. I maintain our contacts in Scandinavia, for which I want to meet people in person. Despite all the possibilities of e-mail and telephone, this is the only way to buy, especially in this day and age. Exclusivity is rare, it's about sitting down with someone at the right time. You really can't afford to ‘come by at some point next week’.
What is specific to trade in Belgium? Supply and demand do not differ from the Netherlands. But a Belgian generally takes longer to make a decision than a Dutchman. The Dutch are more decisive. One of the nice things about Belgium is that people often settle things at the dinner table or in a pub. In the Netherlands, this is more likely to happen in a business setting, at the office.
Why do you think people do business with The Truck Traders? Because they can trust us to pay the right price. And because we handle things quickly and properly after a deal. We pay quickly and arrange shipping down to the last detail. Customs rules are particularly complex in Norway, and consist of several steps. Our Support & Transport team deals with this on a weekly basis and is now an expert in this area. Suppliers like the fact that they can rely on their knowledge and experience.
What is your purchasing tactic? I never look online. People call me up, I drive up to the address and check out the vehicle. That's important to me. Any car can look good in a photo. You can simply omit that which you don’t want to show. I see almost all the vehicles I buy in real life. Plus, today's trucks are so sensitive. They give an error message for the slightest thing. I like being there myself to check things like that.
What is specific to trade in Scandinavia? You mainly see 3-axle trucks and rigids with a lot of horsepower on the Scandinavian market. Excellent vehicles, with a comprehensive option package. The newer trucks are popular throughout Europe, while older models are finding a new home further afield. Scandinavians are very proper in their dealings: a deal is a deal, without any subsequent complications. They have a businesslike approach: you don't get close very quickly.
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A L O O K AT T H E M A R K E T | THE SALESTEAM
We find a way. Especially in these times.
A LOOK AT THE MARKET THE WORLD SEEMINGLY STOOD STILL FOR A BIT, BUT THERE IS LITTLE EVIDENCE OF THAT THESE DAYS. THE ROADS ARE FILLING UP AGAIN, WE ARE SHOPPING MORE THAN EVER AND THE ECONOMY IS RUNNING AT FULL SPEED. THE CONSEQUENCE? MAJOR STAFF SHORTAGES, SCARCITY OF RAW MATERIALS AND MATERIALS AND FAR MORE DEMAND THAN SUPPLY. THE SAME APPLIES WITHIN THE TRUCK INDUSTRY. Wat What are the immediate effects of this? Demand for used vehicles is rising because not enough new ones are being manufactured. People are therefore opting for used trucks as an alternative. That can sometimes lead to surprising scenarios. A Scania man suddenly driving away from us in a MAN. Happily, too. Vehicles are sold for prices that we previously never thought possible. On the other hand, procuring enough vehicles is a challenge, and the prices we pay are unprecedented. In addition, we are not always able to serve our customers at the speed they have come to expect from us, due to long delivery times for cattle trucks and new trucks. We cannot control everything. We can however control a lot. Our turnover rate is still unprecedentedly high, because we keep a close eye on the market. We have short lines of
communication with our customers and suppliers, and quickly pick up on their signals with regard to supply and demand. In addition, years of investing in our contacts are now bearing fruit. Either side wants what’s best for the other. All in all, we sold more trucks last year than ever before. Our expectation for the future? The market will turn again. The question is when. We are not the ones to determine that, we are just a small link in the big picture. If a real estate giant in China collapses or someone makes a steering error in the Suez Canal, the world suddenly looks very different. We keep a close eye on the global economy, ride the waves, nurture our contacts and ensure sensible stock management. This is how we live up to our motto: We’ll find a way. Especially in these times.
'WE REMAIN ALERT TO CHANGES AND ADAPT ACCORDINGLY.' THE TRUCK TRADERS | 7
JAN: MADE THE SWITCH FROM THE
ROB: STARTED AS A SALES SUPPORT
ICT WORLD TO THE TRUCK TRADERS ALMOST 4 YEARS AGO. HE IS NOW INDISPENSABLE AS A PLANNER AND CONTACT PERSON FOR CUSTOMERS AND SUPPLIERS.
MANAGER IN JUNE 2021, AFTER YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN THE TRUCK WORLD. HE COLLECTS AND ANALYSES IMPORTANT DATA, WHICH IMPROVES AND SPEEDS UP INTERNAL PROCESSES. HE ALSO SUPPORTS JAN IN ORGANISING CUSTOMS DOCUMENTS
NORY: HAS BEEN PART OF THIS TEAM SINCE LAST SPRING. IN ADDITION TO PROVIDING HER COLLEAGUES WITH A FRIENDLY CUP OF COFFEE, SHE PERFORMS IMPORTANT ADMINISTRATIVE TASKS.
MEET THE TEAM 'Customers are surprised how quickly and well things are taken care of!' MAGAZINE 2022
SUPPORT &TRANSPORT IT’S IMMEDIATELY APPARENT UPON ENTERING THE OFFICES OF THE SUPPORT & TRANSPORT TEAM: THESE PEOPLE LIKE ORDER AND STRUCTURE WORK. THE NOTICE BOARD ON THE WALL SHOWS WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE FOR WHICH TRUCK. AND NEAT STACKS OF DOCUMENTS ARE AT THE READY, WAITING FOR DRIVERS. EVERYTHING IS HIGHLY ORGANISED. IT HAS TO BE. BECAUSE THINGS RUNNING SMOOTHLY HERE MAKES FOR HAPPY CUSTOMERS, SUPPLIERS AND OUR OWN SALESPEOPLE. Unburdening customers and suppliers The work of the Support & Transport team can really be summed up in one word: unburdening. After purchasing or selling a truck, Jan immediately contacts the customer or supplier. He makes sure that the follow-up to the deal is handled down to the last detail. That means: clear communication with regard to payment and quick pick-up or delivery of a vehicle. With of course all the necessary documents and customs papers. Or bringing a truck to the port and organising ferry tickets. Everything via the smartest routes, with as few drivers and as many combinations as possible. “Customers know that we manage these things smoothly,” says Jan. “When we say something, we do it. It’s also how we build trust.” Happy colleagues The sales team's colleagues benefit from this good organisation as well. Because it allows them to do only that which they are good at: buying and selling. They can leave the rest to the Support & Transport team. Nory: “We enjoy enabling our sales colleagues to do their thing.” Rob adds: “They can easily approach their contacts, because they know that we handled the payment, transport and paperwork properly in a previous deal.”
Speed and decisiveness This team’s greatest strength? Its speed and decisiveness Jan: “After making a deal on Friday, the money is already in the supplier’s account on Monday morning. When we call to say that the driver will be there in half an hour, people are sometimes surprised. But that's the only way to gain momentum and do numbers.” The Truck Traders simply don’t know how to ‘wait and see’. Working quickly and carefully is what they’re all about. Ensuring that everything is arranged properly at once. Future opportunities There are still plenty of opportunities. Rob is currently looking into the possibilities for an upgrade of the IT system. “We currently have data, but finding the right information takes too much time,” he says. “That is why we are working on improvements so that we can work even more efficiently in the future.” He also keeps an eye on the most current market developments. For example, the emergence of electric trucks. It remains to be seen whether this trade is worthwhile for The Truck Traders. One thing is sure: this is a team that can be counted on. It’s prepared for anything!
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43% Scania 27% Volvo 6% Man 6% Daf 2% Renault 2% Iveco 14% Overig
1782 used trucks 18 0 new trucks 18 cattle objects
1980 TRUCKS SOLD
Revenue 94 million
38% of the tota l sale went to trucktra ders
BUFFL CUSTOMIZERS FOR HANDMADE TRUCK INTERIOR AND - EXTERIOR. WE MAKE EVERY TRUCK UNIQUE, OR SHOP AND ASSEMBLE YOURSELF, VIA WWW.BUFFL.SHOP.
NUMBER OF 5 EMPLOYEES 4
FACTS 2021 CURTAINS
62% of the total sale went to end customer
B E D P L AT E S
29 0 INTERIOR PARTS BUILT-IN
DOOR PANELS C O R N E R S E AT S
COMPLETE INTERIO DELIVERED
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I N T E R V I E W | MICK MOODY
PIM ABOUT MICK “I appreciate Mick for the same reasons he appreciates me. He is reliable and straightforward. We never argue about the price of a truck, because we both look at the bigger picture. A nice example: Mick once bought ten Scania Blue Stream Limited Editions from me. Our driver at the time - who never caused any damage - transported three vehicles to the port. But on the way, the roofs hit the underside of an overpass. I called Mick to tell them about the damage. All he said was: “Shit happens. Now we no longer have topline cabins, but highline.” So you know you’ll be alright.” MAGAZINE 2022
MICK MOODY | A HEADSTRONG ENGLISHMAN WHO KNOWS WHAT HE WANTS EVERYONE AT THE TRUCK TRADERS KNOWS BOTH HIM, AND HIS FAVOURITE FOOD: MEATBALLS. THEY ARE THEREFORE REGULARLY ON THE MENU WHEN HE VISITS RAVENSTEIN. WHO ARE WE TALKING ABOUT? TRUCK DEALER MICK MOODY. OWNER OF MOODY INTERNATIONAL IN LINCOLNSHIRE, ON THE EAST COAST OF ENGLAND, FOR OVER 30 YEARS. SCANIA SPECIALIST AND ENTHUSIAST AT HEART. AND TODAY, MUCH MORE THAN JUST A GOOD CUSTOMER. Mick, how did you get to know The Truck Traders? It started with a visit to Reek, back in 2006. I had seen a Scania T-cab online, and wanted to see if it was something for me. For Pim, the truck business was still a side business, alongside the cattle business of VAEX. Apparently, I came along at the wrong time, because Pim was busy and got quite worked up about my remark that the mileage was wrong. In the end I didn't buy the vehicle. Not exactly a great start. Yet you came back? Absolutely. I always ended up at VAEX when searching for beautiful Scania trucks. And Pim had made a positive impression with his first performance. I like someone who speaks their mind. And deal after deal, my confidence has only grown. Pim keeps his word and I can trust him. He doesn't shy away from a challenge and doesn't talk bullshit. In short: he has balls! Bas also always gives me a clear answer when I ask a question. The fact that that answer is not always to my liking is another story. Everything is just as it should be at The Truck Traders. I can rely on them.
“THERE IS A SOLID FOUNDATION, AND THE REST WILL TAKE CARE OF ITSELF.”
It sounds like a good partnership. Any bumps in the road? Pim and I both have quite an explosive character. This sometimes leads to huge fights over the dumbest things. A document that is missing or an ill-timed comment. The good thing is that we call each other up again five minutes after such an intense conversation, and everything is fine again. Also, Pim and Bas don’t always understand my choices. In the UK, of course, the steering wheel in a truck is on the right, so I sometimes reject beautiful trucks where the steering wheel is on the left. And I always want to collect or import my vehicles via Ravenstein, not via any other route. I have my own purchasing strategy, to which I firmly adhere. British stubbornness, perhaps. In 2020 you bought more than 30 trucks from The Truck Traders. More than 40 in 2021. Do you have a goal for the future? No, not at all. That is the beauty of our cooperation: we have a solid foundation and apart from that, time will tell. We just keep on going. We follow the market. Whether there is a demand for trailers, brand new Scanias or used trucks: VAEX The Truck Traders and Moody International always find a way to trade. Who knows, maybe we'll start another company together. We already have a name: MoodEx. And a goal too: to fight Scania together. Neither of us like the arrogance of that company. So that’s another thing we're on the same page about!
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50 YEARS OF FAMILY HISTORY HOW THINGS STARTED The family history of VAEX goes back to 1971. when Toon and Leo Govers founded pig trading company Govers BV. At the kitchen table in Reek, with one telephone and one truck. After twenty years, the name changed to the more international-sounding VAEX (VArkensEXport). In 2015, The Truck Traders made its entrance and BUFFL was born in 2019. Meanwhile, a half century of family history has passed. In 2022 Dirk Govers is in charge of VAEX The Livestock Traders and Pim Govers is at the helm of VAEX The Truck Traders and BUFFL.
A TRUCK WITH HISTORY For three years, former VAEX driver John van den Zanden worked on his project: building a Scania 142 in the original Govers style. A vehicle from the early years of VAEX, reminding him of trips taken with his father and his own time with the Govers company. John restored the entire vehicle to its original condition: from the curtains to the grill and from the air horns to the switches. The result? A beauty of a truck, and now the mascot of The Truck Traders.
SOME THINGS NEVER CHANGE A lot has changed in the trucking world in 50 years. But one thing remains the same: the Scania blood running through our veins. And the fact that we do what we say, and keep our promises. Just like Toon and Leo Govers, back in the old days. That's why we look with pride at the Scania 142 in Govers livery every day. Proof of the deep-rooted history behind The Truck Traders. Sturdy, reliable, and powerful.
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CUSTOMERS ABOUT BUFFL VAN TRIEST TRUCKS | Marc van Triest
“I regularly sell vehicles with BUFFL interiors included.” ” Marc van Triest is a truck enthusiast at heart and a BUFFL fan. Over 20 of the 38 vehicles at Van Triest Veevoeders have a BUFFL interior. That makes both him and his drivers very happy. Marc: “The boys are enthusiastic about the product and the collaboration is going well. Dustin understands what they want when it comes to a logo or a bulb. And Renske handles things as agreed”. BUFFL is also a nice addition to the cooperation between Van Triest Trucks and The Truck Traders. “Fully equipped commercial vehicles get just that little bit extra with a BUFFL interior. That makes them extra attractive!”
M AT E R I A L S
ANTWERP CONTAINER TRANSPORT | Eddy Franck
“I came up with a unique interior together with Dustin.”
Eddy Franck of ACT had an interior done by BUFFL before. He liked it so much that this time he came by with a Scania 650 longliner. From the outside, it is already a special vehicle, among other things due to its illuminated panel with the text ‘babam’: Turkish for Dad. A tribute to the founder of ACT. The interior, too, is now unique, with a completely new BUFFL interior. It was created by Eddy, together with our designer Dustin. The eye-catcher is a luxurious round seat, while the black and brown leather gives the cabin a luxurious look. “I didn't look at others for ideas, I just wanted something completely different,” says Eddy. Well, he definitely achieved that. Another unique member of the BUFFL family!
WHAT IS BUFFL GOOD AT? OTHERS CAN EXPLAIN THIS MUCH BETTER THAN WE CAN. WE HAVE BUILT UP A GREAT NUMBER OF SATISFIED CUSTOMERS. FROM DRIVERS TO ENTREPRENEURS AND TRUCK DEALERS. THE FLOOR IS THEIRS! HARM BERGS TRADING | Jolanda Thijssen
"People who are passionate about their product and their customers.” “The people I speak to at BUFFL are always cheerful.” So says Jolanda Thijssen, of Harm Bergs Trading in Ysselsteyn. And indeed, our BUFFL crew were very happy to customise Jolanda's Scania R580. It received a completely new interior with all the trimmings, including dipped accents in a luxurious wood look. Not everything went well: the paintwork wasn’t up to standard and Jolanda had to wait a few days longer for her vehicle. “I think that demonstrates that you stand for your product and your customers. BUFFL has some truly great people.” Thank you for the nice compliment, Yolanda. Wishing you many safe and happy miles driving your beautiful truck!
TWAN BIERINGS TRANSPORT BV | Twan Bierings
“It takes me no time. My drivers handle everything themselves.”
Twan Bierings is an example of a business owner who looks out for his drivers. He enjoys sending them out in good-looking vehicles, and guess who is given responsibility for that? That’s right, BUFFL! “Because I can count on excellent quality,” says Twan. “And the drivers know who to contact, so they handle everything themselves.” It all makes sense! At BUFFL, we brainstorm with drivers on the design of their interiors and ensure a streamlined production process. As a business owner, all you have to do is sign the quote. Hence: time savings and 100% satisfied employees, with a BUFFL interior of their dreams.
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N E W S | EXPANSION
TOTAL PACKAGE FOR YOUR TRUCK BUFFL CUSTOMIZERS MOVES FROM REEK TO RAVENSTEIN! THE NEW BUFFL UNIT WILL BE READY AT THE BEGINNING OF 2022: AN IMPRESSIVE 825 M2 UNIT BEHIND THE PREMISES OF THE TRUCK TRADERS. WHAT DOES THAT MEAN? MORE SPACE FOR OUR TRUCK CUSTOMIZERS, AND MORE BENEFITS FOR OUR CUSTOMERS. 1. Your truck will be a unique one.
You buy a truck from The Truck Traders. We complete your car at BUFFL at the same location with a customized interior and exterior.
2. A LARGE TEAM OF SKILLED TECHNICIANS
We join the forces of our technicians. This way, you benefit from the knowledge and experience of more than 20 interior and exterior specialists.
3. FAST AND EFFICIENT SERVICE.
All services under one roof, more materials in stock and more work areas. As a result, we repair, maintain or customize your truck even faster.
BEGINNING OF 2022: THE TRUCK TRADERS AND BUFFL UNDER ONE ROOF 20 | VAEX MAGAZINE NR.3 - 03/2022 MAGAZINE 2022
WITH THE ARRIVAL OF BUFFL CUSTOMIZERS TO RAVENSTEIN, WE ARE EXPANDING OUR FIELD CONSIDERABLY. FROM THE BEGINNING OF 2022, WE WELCOME YOU TO 17,000 M2 OF TRUCK EXPERIENCE! WITH A SPACIOUS SHOW AREA FOR TRUCKS, OUR OFFICE, A WORKSHOP, WAREHOUSE, OUR OWN TRUCK WASH AND FLEXIBLE WORK AREAS IN THE BUFFL BOX. EVERYTHING IS NEAT AND TIDY, THANKS TO OUR CONSTANTLY ACTIVE FIELD BOYS AND DRIVERS.
17.000 M2 OF TRUCK EXPERIENCE
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…WE ARE CURRENTLY INSTALLING INTERIOR 1.5 TIMES FASTER THAN TWO YEARS AGO?
…WE DELIVER 2 TO 3 COMPLETE INTERIORS PER WEEK?
11 THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT BUFFL CUSTOMIZERS …WE APPLY 20 PLASTERS A WEEK IN THE WORKSHOP?
IT IS A WELL-KNOWN FACT THAT WE HERE AT BUFFL ARE SPECIALISTS IN BUILDING TRUCK INTERIORS AND EXTERIORS. BUT YOU PROBABLY DIDN'T KNOW THESE INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT BUFFL YET!
DID YOU KNOW THAT...
…YOU CAN ALSO ORDER ALL PARTS FOR YOUR TRUCK INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR ONLINE, WWW.BUFFL.SHOP?
…WE BUILD COMPLETELY NEW TRUCK INTERIORS FOR € 3,500?
…YOU CAN ALSO CONTACT US FOR TRUCK CONSTRUCTION?
…WE INSTALL A NEW FLOOR IN A TRUCK IN A SINGLE MORNING?
…WE CLIMB IN AND OUT OF THE CABIN 150 TIMES TO CUSTOMISE 1 INTERIOR?
…THERE ARE 950 BUTTONS IN A FULLY BUTTONED CABIN?
…A CABIN HAS AN AVERAGE OF 25 METRES OF CABLE?
...A PANEL GOES THROUGH FOUR PAIRS OF HANDS BEFORE IT ENDS UP UPHOLSTERED IN THE CABIN?
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M AT E R I A L S LIGHTING COLOURS ASSEMBLY
SOME DAY WE ALL DRIVE A BUFFL POWE RFU L | C O O L | WILLFUL | C USTO MISED
VA E X T HE T RU C K T RA D E R S | De Verver 4A | 5371 MZ Ravenstein, The Netherlands E: email@example.com | T: +31 (0) 486 72 50 67 | www.thetrucktraders.nl B U FFL C U STO M IZ E RS | De Verver 4A | 5371 MZ Ravenstein, The Netherlands E : firstname.lastname@example.org | T: +31 (0) 486 72 50 67 | www.buffl.nl | www.buffl.shop