Welfare vehicles produced from Movano van conversions

Published:  30 November, 2015

Welfare vehicles for mobile workforces are being produced by Doncaster-based Clarks Vehicle Conversions from Vauxhall Movanos.

Based on the front-wheel-drive Movano L3H2 van, the approved conversion provides canteen seating for up to four people at a time, offers separate heating, hand wash and eating facilities and the ability to provide a hot water boiler for tea and a built-in microwave. A separate toilet facility complete with hand wash basin can also be ordered as an option.

More importantly, the Movano Welfare Vehicle fully meets the very latest, stringent whole vehicle type approval regulations and features a robust interior, fully-lined in a light grey phenol-laminated ply to provide a durable quality finish. A number of tailored options are also available such as racking, shelving, lining kits and ladder racks.

Richard Collier, Vauxhall's national commercial vehicle and business-to-business sales manager, said: ‘We had utmost confidence that Clarks Vehicle Conversions were up to the job and our approval confirms this.

‘The Vauxhall Movano provides the ideal blank canvas for a welfare vehicle conversion, which we've seen growing in popularity. The Movano's versatility means we can offer a number of configurations to customers, fulfilling both small and big companies' needs.'

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