Cartwright innovation the theme for CV Show15 April 2019

Trailer manufacturer and bodybuilder Cartwright Group has unveiled its plans for the forthcoming Commercial Vehicle Show (NEC, Birmingham; 30 April to 2 May), with a new range of products and services to be showcased under the theme of innovation.

Products on show include a low-entry parcel delivery vehicle – a 3.5-tonne rigid box van on a Vauxhall Movano chassis, built for customer Hermes.

Also on show is a post-less, straight frame, tri-axle curtainsider trailer. Displayed in Cartwright livery, the new trailer has a tapered cantrail clearspan, bolted chassis construction and a choice of post-less designs.

A new step-frame double-deck refrigerated trailer is also making its debut. With a sub 14.5-tonne tare weight, it has an overall height of 4,650mm with two decks of 1,830mm, and is said to deliver fuel savings of up to 4% compared to standard double-deck designs.

Completing the line-up are a 7.5-tonne box van rigid IVECO CNG gas truck and a bespoke Urban fridge trailer.

Mark Cartwright, group managing director, says: “This year’s CV Show will be another showcase of what our design and engineering teams can achieve with our outstanding manufacturing capabilities.”

For more information on the CV Show, click the link below.

Laura Cork

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