Johnson Refrigerated Truck Bodies showcases new body

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Johnson Refrigerated Truck Bodies visited the NTEA Work Truck Show to showcase its new Alpine series body, developed with parent company Great Dane.

The 24-ft. aluminum Alpine body was displayed on an International 4400 SBA 4×2 chassis. The body features a sheet-and-post design and is available in various lengths and heights.

Standard features include modular panel construction with advanced panel foaming for thermal efficiency, durability and ease of repair. It offers a body tie-down system that provides secure mounting with reduced maintenance, the company claims, and a 1-pinch extruded aluminum full-length scuff band to reduce sidewall damage.

If features a unique side door design that’s wider than industry standards, low-profile exterior hardware and a door blade lock closure for a better seal around the height of the door, the company says.

Interior and exterior LED lighting is provided by Grote. PunctureGuard and ThermoGuard linings are available as options, for improved impact resistance.

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