Most of us are probably familiar with roll-off trucks that deliver and haul large dumpsters. For reference check out this old Autocar roll-off still in service today. Less popular, at least around my part of the world, is the skip loader, or lugger. I’m unsure of what term to use. In the U.S. it looks like the term lugger applies, in Europe they refer to them as skip loaders. But what is in a name? A dumpster by any other name would still smell like a dumpster. Anyway, unlike a roll-off truck that pulls a container on to the truck using a PTO powered winch, the skip loader gently lifts the container off the ground and onto the truck. Skip loaders tend to be popular with the scrap metal crowd, as evidenced by the two Macks below, both belong to a local metal recycler.
From the video below you can see one clear advantages of the lugger setup, ease of bin placement in tight spots.