Auto Styling Truckman has won a contract to supply 140 bespoke Utility hard tops for Network Rail’s new fleet of Volkswagen Amarok pick-up trucks.
Network Rail recently acquired more than 300 Volkswagen commercial vehicles for its fleet, almost half of which is made up by the Amarok models.
They will be fitted with the Truckman Utility Top, delivered through Listers Volkswagen Commercials in Coventry.
Network Rail has awarded a contract to Clarks Vehicle Conversions and this contract specified a Truckman top to be fitted to the Amaroks.
As well as the hard tops, the vehicle converter has fitted a light weight lining kit and in some cases under floor racking for secure storage.
Network Rail is responsible for the care and maintenance of 20,000 miles of rail tracks and infrastructure as well as 18 major railway stations, 2,500 peripheral railway stations, 8,200 commercial properties and 32,000 bridges and tunnels.
As part of the order, Auto Styling Truckman is also supplying 22 Truckman Classic hard tops with Double Side Access for Network Rail’s existing collection of Toyota Hilux single Cab pick-up trucks.
Steve Duffy, Network Rail Business Support Manager, said: “The Truckman Utility Top adds a new dimension to the multipurpose benefits of our pick-up fleet.”