Loadhopper refrigerator van conversion

Leeds, UK:  GRP has developed a fridge conversion for a DFSK Loadhopper van that is said to be the cheapest  three cubic metre conversion on the market.

The DFSK Loadhopper: the cheapest three cubic metre reefer van conversion on the UK market

Lee Clarke of DFSK says: “We are pleased to be working in partnership with GRP and are confident that this vehicle will prove to be a great success for operators working within small rural lanes and congested urban streets that need a small, agile and affordable vehicles.”

The vehicle will be on sale for £11,999 plus VAT and a delivery charge of £500.  The GRP conversion uses its Engviro-Lite system, a process that allows GRP to reduce atmospheric production emissions by over 50%. The main raw materials used are free of heavy metals and classified as non-carcinogenic

GRP’s sales director, Lawrence Ness says: “This chiller van will fill a crucial niche in the refrigerated transport sector. Caterers, bakeries and sandwich companies to name but a few will find it ideal for their requirements I’m sure.”

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