Company will also have a separate stand for products exhibited by the new Cartwright Conversions division
Cartwright will be making its biggest ever investment in the forthcoming CV Show 2016 at the NEC (April 26-28th) with its largest stand as well as a separate stand for its recently launched Cartwright Conversions division.
The Group, which had a record year in 2015, will be displaying 3.5 tonne and 7.5 tonne rigids both of which are insulated refrigerated units plus an Asda liveried trailer on its stand in Hall 3 (3A90).
Also on display will be the Cartwright Urban Trailer in Culina livery. This specialist Urban insulated curtainsider, fitted with command steer, tail lift and a single temp fridge, is the first of its kind.
Three Cartwright trailers will be exhibited in the display area outside the main halls. These will include the Acclaro with extra aerodynamic features, for major customer The Malcolm Group alongside two examples of the trailer fleet investment from Cartwright Rentals.
Cartwright Conversions, the new Cartwright Group division specialising in high quality van conversions, makes its debut at the CV Show launching its new vehicle racking products as well as exhibiting a re-styled welfare conversion.
Visitors to the stand (5F69) in Hall 5 will get the first opportunity to see the brand new Mini and Mobile racking systems from Cartwright Conversions together with the company’s Type Approved welfare conversion built on a Peugeot Boxer which has been re-styled so it is now lighter with more load space.
The new innovative Mini racking system which will be exclusively unveiled for the first time at the CV Show on the Peugeot Bipper, is designed specifically for small vans using an internal shelving system. The shelves pull out by up to 50 per cent of the van’s load length to give users access to the contents of their van from a standing position outside.
Cartwright Conversions is also showcasing its Mobile racking system on a Vauxhall Vivaro at the CV Show. This flexible storage system has adjustable shelves and removable containers so users have the flexibility to load their van differently every day.