Upgrade your delivery equipment while reducing your costs.
Easy access side door design allows use of higher capacity trucks with lower operating costs and improved driver comfort and safety.
Benefits of Step Side over cube vans.
-Step Side body and cab chassis combinations are often less expensive than a step van.
-Step Side van design allows body to be mounted on higher capacity trucks (with diesel option). The result is lower operating costs and greater productivity.
-Sturdy, DELTA-WASECA construction means body can be moved to a new truck chassis when initial chassis is replaced.
-Low side step entry with easy acting door provides convenient access to cargo.
-Enhanced sound and climate control of today's truck cabs reduces driver fatigue.
-Cab design provides four sided crash protection. The cab rear wall and body front wall represent double barrier to cargo penetrating driver compartment.
-Automatic door opener operates by a remote control button on the driver's key ring, from the cab or outside during deliveries.
-Prepainted white aluminum panel and post or "FRP" (fiberglass reinforced plywood) side panels.
-One piece aluminum or translucent fiberglass roof.
-Air flow radius or channel rail front.
-Flat floors or lower mounted floors with wheel wells.
-Floors of 1-1/8" hardwood, pine, treadplate aluminum or steel.
-Interior side liner packages of plywood, wood slats, Glasboard fiberglass, pegboard, aluminum or steel.
-Fiberglass, block or urethane foam insulation post depth 1", 2", 3" or 4" depths.
-Custom shelving, cabinets, bins racking and garmet hanger systems.
-Doors - roll-up, full opening swing, RV type, sliding side, and one or two-panel narrow opening (rear)
-Lift gates and all popular bumper configurations.
-Grip-strut or aluminum treadplate steps, or flip down plate for step well.