SOR IBÉRICA, SAU manufactured its first swap body in 1989. It was built with a metal structure similar to that of the containers and a weight of 5,375 kg without cold equipment. It was approved by the Lloyd’s Register of Shipping. Since then, it has worked for the main national and international logistics operators. At present, the weight of the swap body without equipment is around 4700 kg depending on the final specifications.
We have more than 20 years experience in the field of bimodal transport, supplying swap bodies of 20″ and 40″ and huckpacks with all types of isothermal or refrigeration specifications.
We have over 40 years experience in supplying swap bodies of 20″ and 40″ with all types of isothermal or refrigeration specifications.
• The swap body is stackable in vacuum up to 2 heights.
• Our swap bodies have the classification of class C FRC reinforced isotherm with cooling equipment.
Removing refrigerated trailers from the roads is a priority that all governments must have towards environmental care. Our huckpacks have the adaptability to combine transports without losing the chassis autonomy. Combined transport, rail, ship and/or road.
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