Transitive link verb is not an official term. I only invented it to show the types of complements you can encounter in a Dutch sentence.
Apart from the link verbs above, we can distinguish transitive link verbs. Instead of linking a qualification (complement) to the subject, they connect the complement to the direct object. Or better, they let the subject connect a qualification to the direct object, e.g. "Ik vind haar mooi" (I find her pretty). "Mooi" does not say anything about the subject, but about the direct object. '
Vinden (to find) and noemen (to call) are probably the most common transitive link verbs.