Mickey’s reefer body designed for city deliveries

Mickey Truck Bodies has designed a new refrigerated van body (reefer) featuring thermal-efficient composite panels on the roof, walls and floor designed to maintain the inside temperature from 0 to 32 degrees F more efficiently than conventional panels.

These bodies also use smooth sidewalls (no fasteners) that provide easier decal application and an outstanding “billboard” appearance. The unit is ideally suited for making deliveries in tight city markets, the company said.

Standard features include insulated roll-up rear doors, E-Track cargo constraints and foodgrade interior walls.

The company is currently building the unit in a 16-foot length, but longer versions are on the drawing board, according to Tom Arland, vice-president of beverage, van and specialty vehicle sales at Mickey.

Every new reefer unit Mickey manufactures is thoroughly evaluated for thermal efficiency to ensure that the cargo is maintained at precisely the required temperature.

Access www.mickeybody.com for full details.

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