The Car and Truck Fleet and Leasing Management Magazine

Dodge Grand Caravan C/V Features Midway Commercial Interiors

October 18, 2005

AUBURN HILLS, MI – The Midway commercial interiors available on the Dodge Grand Caravan cargo van (CV) are part of a family of Midway interiors that deliver safety, maximum use of the cargo area, and ease of installation. By integrating DaimlerChrysler’s floor storage system into each package design, Midway offers features such as:

  • The Midway bulkhead screen barrier behind the front seats specifically designed for driver safety and maximum adjustment of the driver seat.
  • Additional hooks mounted on the bulkhead screen barrier for straps to secure cargo safely.
  • The Midway barrier and shelving systems attach to the DaimlerChrysler mounting hooks in the floor for ease of installation.
  • A custom designed door that fits over the front floor storage areas to secure cargo and al-low additional items to be transported between the barrier and shelving unit safely.
  • Each Midway shelving system designed to enable access to all of the under-floor storage areas to make use of every available cubic inch of storage in the van.
  • The shelving systems offer easy access to merchandise to increase worker productivity and decrease workers’ compensation claims.
  • The Midway shelving system covers the rear floor storage areas to allow fragile items to be transported safely and to offer additional protection from theft losses.
  • Twitter Facebook Google+

    Comments

    Please note that comments may be moderated. 
    Leave this field empty:
     
     

    Fleet Incentives

    Determine the actual cost of owning and running a vehicle in your fleet. Compare vehicles by class and model.

    FleetFAQ

    Fleet Tracking And Telematics

    Todd Ewing from Fleetmatics will answer your questions and challenges

    View All

     

    Fleet Management And Leasing

    Merchants Experts will answer your questions and challenges

    View All

     

    Sponsored by

    Lamb was the first AF Professional Fleet Manager of the Year winner in 1985. He was formerly a fleet manager for the Houston-based Exxon Company USA.

    Read more

    Up Next

    More From The World's Largest Fleet Publisher