Citroen Vans’ Ready to Run Boosted

Citroën’s Ready to Run programme has been improved with a range of new product developments – keeping it at the top of the UK market.
A number of Citroën Ready to Run partners have announced 2012 product improvements, including the Ingimex dropside bodies fitted to the Relay. These are now the first – and so far the only – N1 category bodies built and tested to meet demanding new European EN12642 XL standards. This has resulted in bodies that are now even stronger. Buckstone is now fitting an enhanced aerodynamic nosecone to its entire Ready to Run Relay Luton range for improved fuel efficiency.
Somers has announced further refinements to the design and structure of its Ready to Run chiller/freezer vans to improve both the aerodynamic and thermal performance of the vehicle. Somers is also fitting high output/low energy LED interior lights to all its conversions and is using even more efficient GAH refrigeration units.
Supertrucks meanwhile has upgraded the specification of its Ready to Run glass carrying racks for Berlingo, Dispatch and Relay vans, which now have enhanced aerodynamics. There is also the new option for the Supertrucks glass carrying rack of a retractable ladder for faster access to the roof rack. Additionally, more versatile System 2 securing poles are now fitted, which can handle multi-thickness loads of glass.

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