The design unit creates production plans in line with the customer’s specifications.
To ensure the longevity of our builds, we also have a test lab to evaluate the properties of the materials used in the bodies, as well as the solidity and durability of the bodies themselves.
Materials output is managed so the constituent elements of the "sandwich" - insulation, laminate and polyester - are glued in successive layers. A sealed vacuum pump system compresses everything to ensure optimal adhesion (up to 7 tonnes of pressure per m²).
The panels are finished using five-axis CNC controls. Then accessories (fixing rails, shelving, lighting) are inserted.
Parts are assembled for mounting doors, hanging systems, frames, etc.
From fitting out the box bodies to preparing chassis, the various metal structures are created.
Three assembly lines put the units together. Two lines are run to "takt time", which is dictated by customer demand and is used to manage the period of the production cycle.
Once delivered, the chassis must be prepared before the body installation process can begin. During this phase a base platform is mounted, along with the tail-lift, cab ladder and rack, step and electrical installation.
Once the box body is assembled, it is lowered onto the chassis using a hoist. It can then be fixed.
Two workshops apply liveries, with paintwork (partial or complete) and the application of adhesive branding (total covering an option). Visuals are created internally by the branding department according to the customer’s requests.
Finishing includes the following steps:
The refrigeration units are received as kits, assembled and then commissioned.
With bodywork complete, the vehicles undergo a number of checks:
With our "qualified operator" certification we can carry out vehicle registration.