The Trendline model is equipped with a dual-temperature conversion enabling the vehicle to carry frozen and chilled goods simultaneously. A moveable lightweight bulkhead gives compartment size flexibility, and the load space can also be used entirely as a freezer or chiller if required.
The medium wheelbase van features GRP high-impact reinforced panels – a more durable and lightweight alternative to traditional conversion methods – offering an improved payload.
Loredana Emmerson, CoolKit’s marketing manager at CoolKit, says: “At a time when vehicles are getting heavier, we are able to combat this with weight saving concepts which can offer improvements on payload by up to 150kg depending on the make, model and specification.”
The van also has the CurtAir system for effective temperature control during door openings, and is equipped with SevenEye tracking system and Transcan Advance recorder and printer, supplied by Seven Telematics.
CoolKit says a second vehicle will also be on display, details of which have yet to be announced.
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