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Types of Refrigerated Vans

by Phume Mdluli
Refrigerated Vans

Refrigerated vans have many applications and are used in a wide range of industries. They can be used for food delivery, for example, or for transporting medical supplies and even for carrying frozen foods. Refrigerated vans can also be used as mobile offices, such as when traveling salesmen need to take their office on the road with them. In addition, refrigerated vans may be used as mobile classrooms, such as when teachers take their students out to study nature and wildlife.  There are different types of refrigerated vans for different purposes. Here are some of the common types of refrigerated vans:

Food delivery vans

Food delivery vans are typically smaller vehicles that are used to deliver food from restaurants or supermarkets to customers. They may also be used to take orders for take-away meals and deliver them straight to your door. These types of vehicles are usually fitted with a lockable box which allows the driver to leave the order in your kitchen or office without having to come into contact with your staff or customers.

Cold storage vans

These vans are used for transporting cold storage items such as milk, ice cream and other chilled goods from one store to another or from warehouses where they have been stored in large containers before being placed into these vans ready for transportation. They usually contain an insulated box with shelves around it that keeps items cool during their journey so they don’t need additional cooling units fitted inside them.

Flatbeds

Flatbeds are used for transporting large items such as furniture and other bulky items. The flatbed has a large surface area that allows for easy loading and unloading of goods without having to worry about damaging them in transit. The flatbed is also called a rollback because it can be tilted back on its rear wheels so you can load heavier cargo on it easily.

Step-vans

A step-van is similar to a flatbed except that it doesn’t have a tilt feature like the rollback does. Instead, you need to use ramps or an elevator to load heavy items onto the van because there isn’t enough room in the back compartment for them to fit in vertically like they do on regular flatbeds. The step-van can be used as either a refrigerated or non-refrigerated vehicle depending on what your needs are.

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