Cartwright reveals removable shelving

Date: Tuesday, May 03, 2016   |   Author: Steve Banner

A rapidly removable van load area shelving system was one of the highlights of the Cartwright Conversions stand.

It uses a quick-release adaptor unit that enables the shelves to be taken out and transferred to another vehicle. Recently established by trailer builder Cartwright Group, Cartwright Conversions also offers more conventional racking and is building welfare vehicles for mobile workers. Items that can be installed include a sink with an auto-sensor tap and a 25-litre cassette toilet with an electric flush.

Welfare vehicles were making their presence felt elsewhere at the exhibition, with O & H Vehicle Conversions exhibiting a new one called the Titan on both the Webasto and Renault stands. The Master-based conversion is said to deliver a 200kg payload improvement.


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