Maxi-Low UK Limited specialises in lightweight body design and manufacture of commercial vehicles, using state of the art, bonded ultra-lightweight materials. Their new revolutionary refrigerated vehicles are attracting some of the biggest names in the food industry.
Since the release of Maxi-Low (UK) Limited’s chilled and frozen range of industry leading high payload vehicles at the 2019 Commercial vehicle Show, more and more companies are finding the benefits of moving away from the traditional chiller and frozen style home delivery/ courier vehicles and moving to vehicles dedicated to increased payloads, reduced emissions and lower maintenance costs.
Maxi-Low have continued to develop their relationships with their chassis suppliers and the new range is now available not just on Mercedes Benz but also on MAN, Nissan, Vauxhall, Peugeot and Renault truck chassis.
James Taylor, Sales & Marketing Director at Maxi-Low (UK) Limited said
“Maxi-Low have always been technical innovators within the lightweight vehicle arena and we have consistently strived to produce lighter and more fuel-efficient vehicles, since our inception in 2012. The high payload temperature-controlled vehicles we have introduced to the marketplace, are proving to be very popular, with our order book filling up for 2020 already. Some of the comments we have received back from the customers running the Maxi-Low fridges have been really encouraging, including one stating “switching to your new fridge vehicle has not only saved us time and money, but it have revolutionised the way we run our business”
Working exclusively with fridge manufacturer GAH, Maxi-Low have been able to achieve payloads in excess of 1425kgs on certain models of their range, giving up to 600kgs more payload than some previous fridge van variants.
Maxi-Low now offer both the Chilled and Frozen variants within their product offering on their lightweight van range and both have the option of non-standby and standby models. With options of side door entry, low floor height access and various sizes of body, they have a product to suit most applications.
Maxi-Low, working in conjunction with Mercedes Benz South Wales Dealership, Euro commercials, released a joint demonstration unit of their chiller just before Christmas 2019 and since release, it hasn’t stood still!
In fact, there has been such a clamouring for the use of the trial vehicle that Maxi-Low have had to build another unit, to satisfy the requests to trial it. Taylor of Maxi-Low stated “We decided to build our second demonstrator unit as a freezer with up to -25 degrees capability.”
For information on the range of Lightweight vehicles, please contact Maxi-Low (UK) Limited at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0870 034 5505