Locks 4 Vans is pleased to announce the launch of a new range of security products for the Maxus brand. Building on our existing portfolio of solutions for electric and hybrid vehicles, we can now offer aftermarket locking kits for the eDeliver 3 and Deliver 9 van models.
Both vehicles are increasing in popularity with delivery and courier companies, and L4V’s Innovation Team has now delivered a suite of products that will enhance security for fleets and drivers.
The Maxus eDeliver 3 is one of the first electric vans to be designed as an electric vehicle from the ground up. The use of aluminium, high-strength steel and composite materials are essential in keeping the weight of the vehicle down. With this in mind, L4V’s Hooklock solution for the eDeliver 3 is both compatible and sympathetic to this challenge.
The Deliver 9 is a hybrid vehicle, rivalling LCV’s such as the VW Crafter, Mercedes Sprinter and Ford Transit. You can now purchase a Slamlock solution for this van to protect the load area, which safeguards the driver in forgetting to lock the doors.
We’ve been working closely with AJ Vehicle Solutions, a leading business in the West Midlands that helps companies establish their fleets. Delighted to be the first to offer these solutions to their clients, Managing Director Anthony Jones comments “Working with Locks 4 Vans has been a seamless experience. I approached them with a requirement for an aftermarket security solution for these vehicles as nothing currently exists. We delivered the vehicles to their Innovation Centre in Kent and within days they had a working solution specified, produced and ready to fit to our client’s fleet. These will be popular vehicles and we are thrilled to be part of the first fleet to feature this solution in the market”.
Chris Batterbee, CEO at Locks 4 Vans adds “The eDeliver 3 and Deliver 9 are now equipped with innovative security products that will give any Fleet Manager peace of mind. We are proud to add these products to our growing range of solutions for electric and hybrid vehicles”.