LeasePlan lets your company configure and customise cargo space and van beds on your vehicles so they respond exactly to your needs. At the same time, we increase safety and comfort and thereby help prevent unpleasant surprises. Watch the video below with good advice for customizing cargo space.
There are several things to keep in mind when configuring a lorry or commercial vehicles. Does the vehicle have multiple functions? Will a rack be right next to the door or far from it? And what impact does a crane have on a vehicle’s weight?
Once the requirements have been mapped out and the many options discussed, a blueprint will be drawn up showing the final design in exact detail. After this point, the functions are reviewed one last time before starting production.
Weight is important
Heavy weight means extra fuel consumption and lower load capacity. Weight is therefore a key focus in special constructions. One way of keeping weight down is to use aluminium or ultra-high-strength steel, materials with low weight and extreme strength.
It goes without saying that there is no compromising safety when it comes to the components of a car. A loose rack is like a missile if it’s travelling at 100 km per hour. Therefore, all components installed into a commercial vehicles are crash-tested at Volvo’s test centre in Sweden.
5 good tips on interior outfitting and configuration
- Map specific needs.
- Think of ergonomics and working positions
- Get input from everyone: drivers, customers, experts, etc.
- Keep weight in mind
- Remember safety
Contact us to find out more about special outfitting and configurations.