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Nissan and Arabian Automobiles introduce new refrigerated Urvan into the UAE

The refrigerated van is available in standard roof and high-roof panel options, across Arabian Automobiles showrooms

Arabian Automobiles has introduced the Nissan Refrigerated Urvan declaring it will serve fleet business requirements.

With its strong build and modern looks, Nissan Urvan perfectly complement small business needs adding a seamless touch to their daily requirements, added the firm in a statement: “The van is designed to be a one-stop solution for intelligent mobile storage solutions for the fleet business.”

Salah Yamout, COO, Arabian Automobiles, said: “We have witnessed last year that there is an increased demand on vans, with AAC recording a 16% rise, and panel vans have recently recorded a surge in sales due to the growth of e-commerce and doorstep deliveries, among others.”

Salah added: “As the summer approaches, we understand that businesses require an automotive offering that would tick all the boxes when it comes to the easy transportation of perishables. At Arabian Automobiles, we believe in diversifying our offerings and customizing them to suit the needs of our customers, and the Nissan Urvan with its refrigeration is a great example of our efforts in that direction.”

The Nissan Urvan includes temperature control, which is an ideal option for businesses that deal with fresh fruits and vegetables, dairy products, meat and poultry, flowers and plants, and baked goods. The offering is targeted at supermarkets, hotels, and restaurants that require refrigerated vehicles for their daily operations.

To keep the contents of the van healthy and fresh, the van houses polar-grade freezer PVC curtains and keeps the storage area well-lit and accessible with user-friendly in-cab controls and an auto-on/-off LED lighting system. The refrigeration unit is protected with a three-year chiller warranty and is made further durable by heavy-duty floor panels for superior insulation, which is insured with a five-year warranty.

The refrigerated Nissan Urvan is available in standard roof and high-roof panel options, across Arabian Automobiles showrooms in Dubai and Sharjah, suiting different business needs.

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