Cartwright Conversions will be exhibiting two vehicles at the APSE Scotland Fleet, Waste and Grounds Seminar in May. The event in Aviemore will showcase Cartwright’s latest welfare vehicle with a new patented rear facing toilet and a smaller van fitted with racking.
The welfare vehicle supports operatives in maintenance, engineering, utility, construction and other professions at remote locations when there is no access to permanent facilities. Vehicles like these provide the toilet, washing, drinking water and rest facilities that must be available under law to all employees wherever they may be working.
The Mercedes Sprinter welfare vehicle incorporates a unique and patented rear door access system. In this configuration the left-hand rear door provides access to the toilet so that users do not have to pass through other areas of the vehicle, for improved convenience and hygiene. The right-hand rear door opens into the load space and rest areas. Both doors can be operated separately to ensure privacy and security.
Cartwright Conversions will also display a Mercedes Vito fitted with crash-tested Sortimo racking inside and a Rhino roof bar system with ladder rack. The LadderStow sits on aerodynamic KammBar roof bars which have been designed to be durable and fuel efficient.
Both vehicles are built at our dedicated ISO9001 facility in Doncaster and the welfare vehicle has Whole Vehicle Type Approval. Cartwright Conversions manages all stages of the conversion process from design to delivery, and applies rigorous quality checks to ensure every vehicle is finished to the highest standards before it is presented to the customer.
Their experienced design engineers pay particular attention to reducing weight as this helps to maximise the carrying capacity of the finished vehicle. All vehicles are designed using the latest industry technology to create innovative solutions that meet each customer’s specification.
See Cartwright Conversions at the APSE Scotland Fleet, Waste and Grounds Seminar at Hilton Coylumbridge in Aviemore between Tuesday 23 to Friday 26 May 2017.