Looking for a powerful, remotely-controlled power door-lift system? CommandLIFT® is one of the best solutions for transport and delivery vehicles in North America. With our advanced design and durable operation, you can modernize your fleet quickly and easily. Our remote door products can help create a better and safer work environment for your employees by providing reliable, long-lasting benefits.
Whether you manage a trucking company or work in the fields of emergency services like fire response and EMS, there comes a time when your truck components need to be replaced.
Failing to maintain components like your roll-up door or lifting devices can result in serious consequences, especially when in the field. So, it’s best to examine your fleet regularly and ensure that your trucks are in tip-top condition. Here’s a guide from Innomotive Solutions Group to help you assess the health of your fleet.
When it comes to fire, rescue and emergency product needs, we make safety and durability our number one priority.
That’s why AMDOR® focuses on creating reliable solutions for firefighters and fire trucks. From our Luma Bar® interior and exterior LED lighting systems to our AMDOR® roll-up doors and ArtLIFT™ lifting devices, the solutions from AMDOR® can dramatically enhance the safety of your vehicles.
Fire truck safety is critical due to the nature of the work, and the many interactions that fire trucks will have with civilians during emergency response requests.
It is widely known that Whiting Door Manufacturing launched the first practical roll-up door for trucks and trailers in 1953. It is not as well known that Whiting’s Met L Wood laminates division is one of the largest suppliers of swing doors in the truck and trailer industry. These two operations along with Whiting’s global network of licensees makes Whiting the largest manufacturer of truck and trailer doors in the world. This blog will quickly cover the differences between swing doors and roll-up doors.
Whiting Door introduced the first practical overhead style roll-up door to the North American truck and trailer market in the early 1950s. Aluminum shutter style roll-up doors first appeared in the European emergency vehicle market decades ago and quickly achieved widespread market adoption. Shutter style doors did not appear in North America until the 1980s and saw very slow adoption rates. Traditional markets such as the fire service can be very slow to adopt new technologies. Early detractors felt that shutter style doors were prone to several issues including leakage, jamming and simply occupied too much space. Over the years, market competition has led to significant improvements addressing these objections. In general, the advantages of shutter doors can be wrapped up into 4 categories: Safety, efficiency, reduced propensity for damage and weight savings.