O&H Vehicle Conversions is claiming a first-to-market for its innovative new welfare vehicle (crew vehicle) concept – ‘Titan’™ – which delivers a minimum 200kg higher payload capacity as well as lower converted-vehicle weight, across multiple platforms. Titan design uses ultra-durable, composite materials that reduce vehicle wear, improve co2 emissions and cut fuel consumption according to O&H, which is launching Titan today.
The first Titan welfare vehicles have been produced for SHB and will be exhibited at this year’s Commercial Vehicle Show on the Webasto stand. In addition to this, Renault will be hosting O&H’s Renault Master Titan conversion on the Renault stand.
Key features of the Titan, in addition to its weight-saving capabilities and higher capacity are a unique power re-charge facility; a larger saloon; one-piece, fully wash-down interior panels; easy-access maintenance, designed to reduce vehicle off road (VOR) time; smart electrical management and euro 6 alternator charging systems.
“The Titan Welfare Vehicle is a win-win purchase for any fleet manager, with the lower weight and higher capacity that our new technology delivers” says O&H Sales and Marketing Director Lee Bott.
O&H Vehicle Conversions (www.oh-vehicleconversions.co.uk) is one of the leading vehicle converters in the UK, renowned for its innovation in the field and an established converter since 1988.
O&H specialisms include front line A&E Ambulances; patient transport, PTS ambulances; PPV and RRV (rapid response) vehicles; private and Motability wheelchair access vehicles, or WAVs; Welfare vans and Crew vehicles; and minibuses. O&H customers include the 13 UK ambulance trusts, private ambulance operators, local councils, Motability scheme conversions and leasing and rental companies supporting the welfare van market.
O&H Vehicle Conversions is based on a six acre site in Goole, East Yorkshire, where it has a dedicated 60,000 sq ft manufacturing facility.