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IN case you hadn’t noticed, we’re partial to the odd van story here at Made in Britain. Spotting the MiB marque on Vauxhall Vivaros has brightened up many a dull motorway drive.

The fact that we are van fans will be music to the ears of van refrigeration experts and Made in Britain member CoolKit. The Lancashire-based converter has now teamed up with van leasing experts Vanarama in a bid to make its refrigeration conversions accessible to an even bigger customer base.

Refrigerated vehicles are needed for businesses in a wide range of sectors – including food wholesale, catering, floristry, pharmaceutical, product sampling and courier sectors. CoolKit’s refrigerated conversions have one of the best payloads on the market thanks to their innovative build techniques and state-of-the-art, lightweight materials used within the lining.

Rupert Gatty, managing director of CoolKit, told Made in Britain, “We understand the pressures businesses face and, together with Vanarama, we are offering a range of options to customers to ensure the vehicle is affordable and tailored to their needs.

“We pride ourselves on our innovative approach to vehicle conversion technology - and ensuring that our converted vans are the most productive on the market is our goal.”

Simon Lench, specialist vehicles manager at Vanarama is equally enthusiastic about the partnership. He said, “Leasing a vehicle is not only an easy way to set up a business without the capital expenditure, it’s the most affordable. You have predictable monthly costs, better cash flow and often a smaller deposit than on other finance agreements.

“All of the vehicles we provide are brand new, meaning our customers know they are getting the best-quality van conversions. They’re also delivered free of charge to wherever they need them. All they need to do is add fuel and off they go.

“Vanarama has a good reputation, and so does CoolKit. Customers can therefore rest assured that they’re receiving a great product, accompanied by great service, at a great price.”



By Made in Britain 2 years ago | Made in Britain news

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