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History of innovation of Kiesling reefer box bodies
2013    Runner - with super-low chassis
2012    First reefer box body, ATP/FRC certified without rear doors
2010    First reefer box body for internal recycle rotation ( up to 85 % )
             Trailer Innovation Award 2011, Cat. Environment
2008    Vario Lite- partition wall, 50 % less in weight – intermediate floor + loading security

2008    Rolli Fix – loading security for roll container
2008    Cool Slide – follow up model of the award-winning Eco Cool Swing partition wall

2007    LED ligths inside body

2006    HACCP approval by TÜV Süd
           
2005     In house production of panels, free of FCKW & HFKW foam

2004     First body builder with online-shop for spare parts

2004     ECO Cool Swing- partition wall: only goods to be distributed will be chilled.
             Less fuel consumption, less emission
             Today, well established as Cool Slide
             Trailer innovation award 2005
             Supported by” German foundation of environment “                                                                    

2003     Cool Swing – partition wall for double stocking. Handling without moving of the
             the cross beams

 2003    First supplier for a movable curtain for reefer box bodies with meat rails
             Utility patented

2002     First supplier with a box body height ( Speedy – Flitzer ), not exceeding the van roof

2001     Easy – Lock  rear door snap closing

1999     launching  of a 350 mm inside protection sheet, best side wall protection
               against pallets.

1998       First supplier with serial production of an aluminium floor for all bodies
         
1998        First fully KTL coated sub frame

1996        First air ventilation wall for self driven reefer trucks

1995        First modular partition wall in Europe

1994        First reefer box body manufacturer being certified acc  ISO9001

1991        First 3 compartment reefer box body with separated air ventilation in Europe