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As a result of its deep involvement in automotive logistics, TNT was operating over the years a variety of specialized trailers to support the vehicle manufacturers' operations.
Curtainside Trailers
Johnson Control seating facility, Milton, Ontario, fall 2001 Ford Contract. Milton, Ontario spring 2000 Ford Contract.
Mechanical Loading Device Trailers
Lear Seating loading dock, Oshawa, Ontario spring 2001 GM Contract. Lear Seating loading dock, Oshawa, Ontario, spring 2001 GM Contract. Lear Seating loading dock Oakville, Ontario fall 2001 Ford Contract.
Multi-Axles Trailers
Oshawa, Ontario fall 2001 GM Contract Mississauga, Ontario spring 2005 unknown contract
Drop-Frame Trailers
TST Automotive Services loading dock, Whitby, Ontario spring 2001 GM Contract Oakville, Ontario spring 1998 Ford Contract Brampton, Ontario fall 2003 Chrysler Contract
Whitby, Ontario spring 2002 GM Contract Oshawa, Ontario fall 2005 GM Contract


TNT Express Worldwide
TNT Express Worldwide was the trademark of G.D. Express Worldwide, a joint venture set up in 1991 by TNT Ltd. and G.D.Ne,t which brought together German, French, Swedish, The Netherlands and Canadian Postal Authorities.
Bornem Belgium, fall 1993 Montreal, winter 1998 TNT Bornem road hub, Belgium,fall 1993

Note: TNT Express Worldwide included the TNT Skypak's international express parcel network, TNT Mailfast operations (international bulk mail), the Trans-European integrated air/road network of TNT IPEC and Express Mail Services (EMS) from the five Postal Authorities.
Toronto, late nineties

Note: TNT Expressair worldwide is not a TNTEW div. on its own but only a marketing trademark for the heavy air freight service which completed the core parcel/mail service offering of TNT Express Worldwide.
Air Canada dock, Toronto Pearson airport, spring 1999
Here the three liveries which succeeded to themself in a short period of time during the take over process of TNT Ltd. by the dutch group KPN.

Note: The picture 06 which shows the usual white and orange Australian era livery and a hybrid all orange transition livery was taken in Toronto during the winter 1999. The picture 07 which shows the contemporary KPN era livery was taken in Gouda, The Netherlands during the spring 2000.


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