For all your truck and van body needs, Summit Bodyworks has solutions for every industry. There are dry buckets, buckets, dump trucks, etc. to choose from.
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Whether you need reliable moving and storage vehicles, roomy dry goods vans for hauling goods across the country, or affordable tarp vehicles, it's important to have a manufacturer you can trust. At Summit Bodyworks, we pride ourselves on our commitment to putting our clients' needs first, and our genuine passion for innovation keeps our designs fresh and innovative.
Every vehicle we build is built from the ground up by a team of skilled designers, engineers and installation specialists. We work closely with each client to provide custom features and turnkey solutions to meet their business and industry needs, and our certified specialists work 24/7 to ensure each truck and van body is built to the highest standards. possible patterns.
Once the vehicle is complete, our in-house graphics department can add logos or branding to the exterior of the vehicle. Since we are the center for all your automotive needs, we will efficiently finish your vehicle to exact specifications. By partnering with Summit Bodyworks, you gain access to our network of trusted manufacturers and multiple locations across the country. We're ready to service your vehicle and keep it on the road.
What are the different body types for trucks and vans?
There are many different types of truck and van bodies, including side curtain bodies, tipper bodies, temperature-controlled bodies and dry vans. A truck with a tarp is a structure with retractable sides. The truck configuration is functionally similar to a flatbed, but with the added protection of a roof and curtained sidewalls. These cars are often used to transport goods that need to be easily reached.
Dump truck bodies are often used to create durable, industrial-strength trucks that can be used in construction, waste collection, forklifts, and other heavy-duty applications. Temperature-controlled compartments are used as refrigerated vehicles or vans, often used to transport perishable food, medicines, plants and even animals. Dry vans are another commonly used body type. Is a mechanism that can be used to transport and protect products.
How to find out which body type suits your needs?
There are several factors to consider when finding the right truck or van body. It is very important to assess your desired body type. Consider the length, width and quantity of the goods you need to transport. For example, if you plan to ship milk cartons, how many do you need to ship at a time? What body size does this require? You should also consider the route your truck or van will be traveling and make sure the vehicle is the right size and style. The vehicle must eliminate any congestion requirements on the route and must also be easy to maneuver on the road.
What modifications can be made to vans and truck bodies?
There are countless ways to customize van and truck bodies. They can be ordered in custom lengths, widths and heights to meet specific size requirements. Interior floors can be ordered in a variety of styles and materials such as aluminum, plywood, steel and hardwood. The type of door offers you another possibility for personalization. Vans and trucks can be ordered with swinging rear doors, extra handles, side doors, cargo doors, sliding doors and more.
The exterior of the vehicle can be customized with graphics, logos or advertising. This is a great way to increase brand awareness, especially for side curtain vehicles or larger trucks. Trucks and vans can also be equipped with interior and exterior lighting, LED markers, hitches, exterior ramps, steps, custom bumpers and a variety of elevator doors.
What are typical applications for custom truck/van bodies?
Custom trucks and vans are commonly used in various industries. For example, purpose-built dry goods trucks are often used by real estate or moving companies, delivery companies, rental agencies, and more. Refrigerated delivery vans are commonly used to separate raw and perishable foods from ready-to-eat foods and are commonly used by restaurants, supermarkets and food delivery companies.
Construction companies, moving companies, and delivery companies often use trucks with custom side covers. These vehicles can be specifically sized to transport bulky or irregular loads. Small business owners often use custom vehicles, such as food trucks and mobile offices.
What should you look for in a company that personalizes truck and van bodies?
When looking for a company that builds custom bodies for your truck or van, make sure the company works with leading manufacturers. This will ensure your vehicle is completed on time without any snags or interruptions in the construction process.
Importantly, the company has a proven track record of completing other vehicles in an industry similar to yours. Don't be afraid to ask for references or examples of previous client work. Finally, look for a company that offers a wide range of options. For example, tarp vehicles should be available in custom lengths and have multiple floor options, single or double sided, forklift mounts, safety features and various tailgate options.
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We operate at the highest level
At Summit Bodyworks, we offer a level of service unmatched in the industry. We take pride in our passion for quality craftsmanship, first-class design and durable components. Our truck and van bodies are available in a variety of styles, with customization options for specific specialty applications. Choose from a variety of size options based on your specific cargo needs, and you can be sure that each vehicle will be built with a quality chassis.
In our manufacturing plants, we provide state-of-the-art technology to keep pace with the rapidly changing automotive industry. From the early stages of component design and fabrication, through installation and delivery, our team will work with you to create the custom vehicle of your choice.
Our services don't stop there. Our in-house graphic design department will ensure your brand makes a great first impression and our service team will keep you busy.
Summit Bodyworks is a leader in truck and van body production. Our clients have access to an extensive network of innovative and highly skilled professionals who provide unparalleled 24/7 support.