Cartwright to showcase Ford-approved welfare conversion at CV Show
Following the recent announcement that the firm has been accepted onto Ford’s Qualified Vehicle Modifier Programme, Cartwright will show its eight-seat welfare vehicle built on a Ford Transit. The vehicle, which has been awarded approved manufacturer status from Ford, brings welfare facilities including a heater, hot water boiler, hand wash facilities, a microwave and a 25-litre electric flush toilet.
Commercial and operations director of Cartwright Conversions, Steve Shaw said: “The Ford Transit is extremely versatile and is a good fit for our conversion. Our eight-seat design maximises the Transit’s capacity and is fully loaded with facilities for remote working.”
Visitors to the show will also be able to see Cartwright’s racking conversion built on a Peugeot Expert for smart metering business, SMS Plc.
The medium-sized van is fitted with Sortimo’s Globelyst Racking to carry specialist equipment. Modular in design, the storage solution includes cable reel holders and a mix of shelf sizes for storing meters and other parts and tools.
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