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Supreme Corp. Launches New Spartan Service Van for Contractors

July 26, 2005

GOSHEN, IN — Supreme Corp. introduced its latest Spartan service van, which includes im-provements and all-new features. Spartan is designed for use by independent contractors and ser-vice professionals — from carpenters and drywall contractors to plumbers and utility workers. It features numerous compartments and shelves for transporting tools and other cargo.

New-and-improved features include:

  • Durable, single-wall construction for larger compartments, and as much as 22 percent more total cargo space.
  • Redesigned compartments for greater durability.
  • New hardware for easier opening and closing of compartment doors.
  • Redesigned wiring harness to reduce clutter, an optional shelf trim package, and galvanized steel materials.
  • A fold-down, horizontal workbench door that creates more work space.
  • A redesigned rear-access ladder to allow back doors to open more fully.

    The 2005 Spartan service van is available for individual purchase or fleets of any size, with many chassis options, including Chevrolet, GMC, Ford, Isuzu, and Dodge.

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