Truckman announces Nissan accessories partnership

Date: Monday, May 21, 2018   |   Author: Sean Keywood

Accessory manufacturer Truckman has teamed up with Nissan to launch a new package for the Navara pick-up truck.

Having recently given Truckman’s Decked truck bed drawer storage system official approved accessory status, Nissan is combining it with the Truckman Grand hardtop to create the Load Bed Storage Pack.

The accessory pairing has been introduced on Nissan’s new limited-edition Amazon Green version of the Navara.

The Load Bed Storage Pack is priced at £2,997.50 (excluding VAT and fitting) and is available for all paint colours from any Nissan dealer.

It represents a £100 saving when customers buy both the Grand hardtop and Decked drawer system together.

Decked features two secure, full bed-length roll out drawers to provide ergonomic access to tools, equipment and gear while allowing full use of the truck bed. 

The system creates a raised deck with a galvanised steel sub-frame within the truck bed, which has a capacity to carry up to 1,000kg on the deck.

Truckman executive chairman Mike Wheeler said: “We’re proud to continue our excellent relationship with Nissan with the creation of the Load Bed Storage Pack. 

“Combining Decked and the Grand really expands the storage and security capabilities of the Navara, while maintaining its impressive styling, which is enhanced by the introduction of the stunning Amazon Green paintwork.”

Nissan GB accessory product manager James Griffiths said: “Truckman hardtops are well-renowned for their quality of design and manufacture, thus we are pleased to include them in our accessory offering to customers. 

“The addition of Decked to the Navara accessory range, which Nissan has now given approval to, adds to the options open to our customers and creating the Load Bed Storage Pack provides an excellent storage solution for Navara users.”

Truckman has also announced a new service offering racking systems and fitting for business users of LCVs, to be headed by Carl Bowcock who has been appointed as business unit manager.

Bowcock was formerly fleet manager for Homeserve and director of fleet for DHL.

He said: “I am delighted to have joined the team at Truckman. Having been involved in the automotive industry for the majority of my career, I am looking forward to embarking on a new journey in a different area of expertise, where I will specialise in 4x4 accessories and related services for a leading UK company in the sector.”

Truckman managing director Richard Langman said: “Working with a blend of fleet and small-scale operators, we aim to offer a comprehensive service, which meets the needs of all customers.

“Expanding our van and pick-up racking capabilities for customers with smaller fleets or sole traders will give them a more dedicated and responsive service.”



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