The T 30 series was built on the same principles as the T 20 series, but they were slightly larger. The chassis was designed so that front loaders and various attachments could be fitted. The tractor had a small turning radius and high ground clearance thanks to the portal rear axle. It became popular for hauling timber, thanks to the increased comfort of the sprung and damped seat and its ability to reach more than 27 km/h at full throttle. Power take-off and hydraulic lift were available as extra equipment.