Cargo Boxes


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Cargo Boxes Production Range :
  • Open Door Cargo Box .
  • Un-insulated Closed Cargo Boxes.
  • Insulated Closed Cargo Boxes .
    • low insulations.
    • medium insulation.
    • high insulation.

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Cargo Boxes Materials :
Our Cargo Box designs can be made of one of the following combinations .
  • Aluminum Cargo Boxes .
  • Aluminum-Steel Cargo Boxes .
  • Steel Cargo Boxes .

To Know in details the difference  Click Here

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Cargo Boxes Materials ( Contin. )

Floor Material Options


Aluminum Floor:
The processing of aluminum floor profiles has a number of important advantages.
The coupling-floor profiles have a self-supporting function making crossbeams unnecessary this contributes to a saving of around 15-30% in weight compared to traditional floor construction. this results in a greater loading capacity. Floor profiles are available in a smooth, half-ribbed or fully-ribbed construction.
Wooden Floor:
An optional wooden floor system is available comprising 18mm phenol coated non-slip plywood floor sheets, supported on extruded aluminum cross bearers. Fixing to the sub frame is the same as for the aluminum floor.
Dimensions weight of Aluminum Floor (kg.) weight of Wooden Floor (kg.)
3.20 x 2.20 x4.00 mt. 230 245
3.80 x 2.20 x4.00 mt. 260 273
4.10 x 2.20 x4.00 mt. 279 291
4.40 x 2.20 x4.00 mt. 290 301

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Cargo Boxes Materials ( Contin. )

 Wall Materials options : ( for closed cargo boxes )

Plywood Walls Aluminum snap lock sections Lightweight polycarbonate delta-structure panels Thin walled Aluminum sheet

Plywood panels: strong construction using one panel

Plywood panels are frequently incorporated in closed bodywork systems. These plywood panels, furnished with a polyester top layer and reinforced on every side with a glass-fiber mat, are available in all imaginable dimensions, up to more than 14 x 3,15 meters per piece. The thickness varies from 6 to 24 mm. It is therefore possible to construct a complete and smooth bodywork wall with one panel, to which an advertisement is also easily affixed. Plywood panels are often used in non-insulated bodywork systems. Also available is the so-called 'glossy' finish: panels of this type have the advantage that painting is unnecessary. plywood 6 mm

walls that are formed by the snap-lock profiles are smooth and lend themselves excellently for affixing logos and lettering. Repairs, if any, are simple to carry out later on. The dimensions of the bodywork to be constructed can be carried out as desired. Snap-lock can be delivered in a single-walled or double-walled construction. The double-walled profile allows even greater strength and is primarily applied to heavier transport. The advantage of pallet board transport is that the system is able to cope with a higher impact load. Furthermore, double-walled snap-lock is especially suitable for affixing lashing and binding provisions. The ultra light Delta-structure poly-carbonate panels are easy to assemble and have an attractive outer appearance. The material is preeminently suitable for constructing superstructures for lighter commercial vehicles.
The lower panel weight makes a greater loading capacity possible.
The Delta-structure panels are impervious, of course, to the effects of moisture.


Several special advantages present themselves in the case of a wall construction employing white, pre-painted aluminum sheeting. The sheets are connected to each other by means of a unique linking technique - special shaping of the metal at key points on the sheet. This makes conventional fastening methods redundant.

As a result, the bodywork is a more attractive sight, lacking visible rivets and the like, yet still an extremely strong construction. Use of aluminum sheets in the walls ensures significant weight saving when compared with other bodywork. The construction’s total weight is extraordinarily low: this is a serious advantage, especially in the lighter class of commercial vehicles (up to 3.5 t).

The whole construction has been strongly glued. Alternate lath paneling in sturdy pinewood is a standard issued feature included in the aluminum sheet version, as are Reynolds’ high-quality locks and hinges.

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 Cargo Boxes Technical Data :

Aluminums , Mixed , Steel Cargo Box. What's the difference ?

A variety options due to your needs and requirements are available for you . to make a right decision you should know about the criteria which control your choice. the following table defines the criteria and how they apply to each type .

1- Pay Load :
consider a truck (5,000 kg capacity) with acargo box (,700 kg) then its pay load= 4,300 kg
consider the same truck with different cargo box (,300 kg) then the pay load will increase to 4700 kg
in the 2nd case you save additional capacity with the same fuel consumption or you save fuel and so the cost with the same capacity.
It's now clear that the lighter the cargo box the better the pay load.

2- Duty Life :
duty life is a very important factor , since long duty life means long pay back period .
You benefit from what you've paid for as long as possible subjected to rust, it longs more the other .because aluminum is not two types.
the opposite is the 100% steel which is subjected to rust .
the following graph represents the duty life of the three types

3- Appearance :
Each of us likes attractive appearance .It adds many to the truck value and its position in the market.
Aluminum gives the most attractive appearance unlike steel which is less attractive. the following pictures show the difference

4- Quality :

Quality can be a combination of all the factors mentioned above. in addition to other factors such as fast assembly , service finish and accurate dimensions......etc.
the following graph represents the quality of the three types.

5- Price:

Price factor is very essential but also it's related to other important factors such as pay load, duty life ...etc.
Some customers prefer cheap prices on the account of quality . Whereas others prefer the quality .
It is all the customer's decision . the following graph represents the price levels of the three types

6- Advantages of an aluminum bodywork system :

  • Low dead weight;
  • excellent processing possibilities
    Aluminum can be quite easily pressed (extruded). Extrusion gives the material its specific shape and function. Extruded profiles can then be easily processed further. Sawing, bending, drilling, milling, and welding: practically everything is possible.
  • a suitable  alloy can be found for every application.
  • Long life span;
  • Considerable stability;
  • Attractive appearance;
  • Recyclable and environmental-friendly;
  • Painting, spray-painting and affixing logos and lettering easily done.

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