Titan welfare vehicle: more capacity and flexibility14 April 2016

O&H Vehicle Conversions is today (13 April 2016) launching a new welfare concept vehicle, claimed to deliver a minimum 200kg higher payload than its predecessor across multiple vehicle platforms, due to conversion weight reductions.

Lee Bott, O&H sales and marketing director, says the new Titan uses ultra-durable, composite materials that not only cut vehicle weight – and hence also CO2 emissions and fuel consumption – but also reduce vehicle wear.

The first Titan welfare vehicles have been produced for SHB and are due to get their public debut at the CV Show (26—28 April, NEC, Birmingham) on Webasto’s stand.

Renault will be hosting O&H’s Renault Master Titan conversion variant on the Renault stand.

Bott says other innovations on the new Titan include: a power re-charge facility; a larger saloon; one-piece, fully wash-down interior panels; and easy-access maintenance.

He also states that Titan has been designed to reduce VOR (vehicle off road) time and says that it includes smart electrical management and Euro 6 alternator charging.

“The Titan Welfare Vehicle is a win-win purchase for any fleet manager, with the lower weight and higher capacity that our new technology delivers,” insists Bott.

Brian Tinham

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