A company has just ordered 55 Mercedes-Benz Sprinters. After an adjustment process, they all become ice cream trucks.
British premium bodybuilder Whitby Morrison will customize each of the 55 vans. With a tradition in body customizing since 1962, the company will once again brighten up the models and the days of customers.
Due to the restrictions caused by the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, ice cream sellers decided to move their business outside. And a Mercedes-Benz Sprint With a van they could be mobile and move from area to area depending on the customer’s wishes. You made the decision after the event organizers didn’t organize any concerts, festivals, exhibitions or similar events.
Therefore, the specialized bodybuilder Whitby Morrison receives more and more orders for the conversion of delivery vehicles. The latest is the conversion of 55 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis into ice cream trucks.
The Mercedes-Benz Sprinters become high-quality ice cream trucks
“Our vehicles stand for the highest quality and meet all the individual requirements of our customers. The chassis must also meet our high standards, which is why we always recommend it Mercedes-Benz Sprinter ”Says Operations Director Ed Whitby. “It’s unbeatable when it comes to reliability, fuel efficiency and safety. Ice cream truck operators are keen to show the star on their bonnet. ”
Whitby Morrison, based in Crewe, UK, was founded in 1962. Over the years, an average of 85 vehicles were built every 365 days. The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter has been one of her favorite worksheets for more than ten years. You usually opt for the 3.5 ton variant. Whitby Morrison exports the vehicles they convert to more than 60 countries. Her work extends to Australia and the Caribbean islands.
“The Mercedes employees are not only extremely motivated, they also support us at any time with new ideas and opportunities,” says Ed Whitby.