Leading body and trailer manufacturer Cartwright is entering the construction industry for the first time with its launch of a new Welfare Vehicle, specifically designed for the sector.
The Welfare Vehicle example at the CV Show has been built on a Transit chassis and body but can be built on any medium/long wheelbase van. It is currently in the process of undergoing full type approval.
It is capable of 6+1 or 7+1 configuration and has a built-in toilet cubicle and field kitchen. As with all Cartwright products it will be finished to the highest specification and is sufficiently robust to withstand the harsh conditions of its operating working environment.
This fully compliant road vehicle is designed for use in applications such as rail, motorway and highway maintenance, utilities, airport airside operations or just remote contracts.
It can accommodate up to seven people with three point seat belts for all. Features include hot and cold water, a microwave oven and a fully flushing WC in a private toilet area.
Cartwright is launching four new products at the CV Show including the Welfare Vehicle and has doubled the size of its stand compared to last year’s event.
Rich Anderson, Cartwright’s Sales and Marketing Director commented: “We are excited to be launching the Welfare Vehicle at the CV Show. It is the end result of extensive research and development by our experienced engineering and design teams as well as feedback from the industry.
“We are confident it will attract considerable interest at the show.”