Morgan Corporation has announced a store-to-door home grocery delivery truck body as well as improvements to its refrigerated and moving/furniture truck body lines.

The grocery delivery truck body offers multiple temperature zones for frozen, fresh, ambient, or heated products. Along with curbside loading and unloading and optional retractable shelving and telematics systems, the addition to the NexGen product line is up to 20% lighter in weight than traditional body designs.

Smooth wall construction, a non-corrosive body – including subframe – and sealed joints for a tight fit against the elements, round out Morgan’s home delivery truck body.

“With the significant growth in final mile and home grocery delivery in recent years, Morgan now sets the standard for grocers, caterers, and many others,” said Paul Jarossy, director of marketing and new business development.

Morgan has also upgraded its traditional reefer body as well as its moving and furniture body. The moving body will incorporate a Cargolight wall system from CellTechthat. When compared to current wall and cargo control arrangements, the new design employs an embedded vertical track system every two feet that allows the user to add, delete, or move e-track, tie slats, and other freight restraint options as their needs change.

As an added feature, the outer wall is smooth because there are no through-wall fasteners, thus offering a cleaner surface for graphics. Finally, the Morgan is also offering an optional door/ramp combination on its moving truck body, that has been popular with landscapers on the Morgan Proscape Van. The optional door/ramp combination can replace the narrow rear walk ramp and provide more flexibility for users and their equipment in accessing the truck body, according to Morgan.