Rentruck adds 30 vans

Rochdale, UK:  Rentruck has converted 30 medium wheelbase Mercedes-Benz Sprinters to temperature-controlled specification.

Of these, 23 will be used by Rentrucks’ TempeRental. business, a newly set up business aimed at the pharmaceutical market.

Roanza in Liverpool supplied the new Mercedes Sprinters which were converted by GRP at Leeds.

All the vans have Transcan temperature readers, electrical standby, dual compartment capability and slab side doors as opposed to sliders, 7 of them with GAH units for the general temperature-controlled fleet, the other 23 with Thermoking Northern units, capable of heating as well as freezing.

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