Above on the page there're some Service PDF Manuals for TERBERG Trucks.
A feature of trucks supplied to transport companies by two competing companies GINAF Trucks B.V. and Terberg-Benschap B.V., is multi-axle, due to the need to reduce the load on each axle to the limits allowed by law.
The requirement for high vehicle maneuverability has brought to life a variety of chassis kinematic schemes with various types of steering controls and original mechanisms for turning the steered wheels of different axles, which have not previously been encountered in the world automotive industry.
Special balancing suspensions were also developed, including those with hydropneumatic elastic elements, heavy-duty frames, steered and driven axles, and other units that made the machines of the GINAF and Terberg brands unique in their own way.
Branch of Terberg-Benschop B.V. is the oldest in the Dutch concern Terberg Group.
It traces its origins to a modest family rural forge-workshop, which laid the material base of the enterprise, officially registered in 1869.
The automotive line of business arose in 1948 due to the great need for transport for agriculture and construction.
Terberg specialists at a high technical level converted military trucks of various brands that remained in large numbers from wartime into commercial vehicles, replacing platforms with them, installing dump mechanisms, repairing their components and assemblies.
Soon, the Terberg brand firmly established a reputation for reliable and durable trucks that work efficiently in transporting timber, in construction and in other sectors of the economy, and the well-established service for these vehicles was especially noted.
In the mid-50s, the main direction of all subsequent activities of the company was formed - the creation of super-heavy off-road dump trucks, tractors and special chassis for installing various equipment, and instead of army trucks, standard DAF and Volvo chassis began to be used at that time.
Currently, original trucks are assembled using Volvo, Meritor and ZF cabs, units and components.
If in the 60s and 70s Terberg trucks could only be found in the Netherlands, now they are exported to 80 countries around the world.
To expand the geography of exports, production of trucks was organized in South Africa and Malaysia.