EVO will unveil its new Infiniti aluminium alloy racking systems at this month’s CV show.
The all-new modular racking will be the star of the EVO show stand, at the Birmingham NEC from 29th April to 1st May.
Being seen for the first time in the UK, the Infiniti units are designed to be a modular alternative to bespoke systems.
They are tested to Germany’s TUV standards, a vital factor considering that EVO is well known not only for its relationships with van manufacturers Mercedes-Benz and Volkswagen, but for its ‘Blue Light’ conversion services.
EVO is renowned for its emergency vehicle conversion work, primarily for police and paramedics while recently it converted 100 patrol vehicles for the Highways Agency.
Such work requires installations that not only meet the highest automotive conversion and engineering standards but take account of the fact that the vehicles will be used at their speed and handling limits, even while carrying a maximum load.
Now the firm is aiming to attract more business van work, primarily with firms based within a 30-mile radius of EVO’s base in Luton, and operators in London.