Fleetco builds refrigerated vans and catering vans for customers throughout the Southeast. Whether you’re delivering frozen goods to retailers or running a catering business we can build a refrigerated van to meet your needs. We use industry-leading Thermo King and Carrier refrigeration units, capable of both chill and sub-zero temperatures.
1) Select the vehicle. Fleetco can upfit a van that you provide or we can provide a drop-ship code to your dealer so that a newly ordered vehicle will be sent directly to us for the upfit. We work with Chevrolet, Dodge, Ford and Mercedes vans.
2) Design your unit. Is this a delivery vehicle for bulk items? Is it a catering van that needs both cold and hot storage? What kind of cargo needs to be secured? Will you make deliveries at night? Answering these kinds of questions will help determine your needs for storage, cargo control, lighting and other options.
3) Determine temperature needs. Do you need chill or sub-zero temperatures? Standard chill units are ideal for florists, caterers and similar applications. Sub-zero capacity is necessary for ice cream and other frozen food deliveries. These builds require both the proper refrigeration unit as well as additional insulation.
4) Choose your power. Refrigerated vans run off engine-driven compressors. However, some units also include stand-by power, which allows the refrigeration unit to be plugged into a power source and the vehicle’s contents kept cold overnight or anytime the vehicle is not running.
5) Place the order. Once ordered, it typically takes 2 to 3 weeks for all components to arrive and then 5 to 7 working days for completion of a refrigeration package. This includes installation of the refrigeration unit, the interior lining and accessories and also a thorough testing procedure once complete.
– USDA and FDA Compliant
– Washable to resist bacteria and cross contamination
– No exposed wood behind panels or in construction
– Double-layer Fi-Foil insulation throughout
– Insulation incapsulated by smooth, high-impact fiberglass liner
– Overlapping panel design prevents moisture and water intrusion
– Treadplate reinforcements on the floor, doors and sidewalls
– Moisture-proof, mold-resistant silicone used on all seams
– Door cavities insulated and fiberglass lined
– Complete assembly at our location for quality control
– Finished unit tested for proper operation
– Interior and exterior LED lighting improves safety and visibility
– Strip curtains help reduce warming when doors are open
– Fold down shelves provide flexible storage
– Sliding shelves are perfect for catering applications
– E-track cargo systems secure heavier bulk loads
– Liftgates allow easy loading of heavy carts and boxes
– Insulated bulkheads can create dual temperature zones
– Inverter for powering additional equipment
– Chevrolet Express
– Chevrolet City Express
– Ford Transit
– Ford Transit Connect
– Mercedes Benz Sprinter
– Nissan NV Cargo
– Nissan NV200
– Ram ProMaster
– Ram ProMaster City