Ineos launches five-seater chassis cab Grenadier Quartermaster

A new five-seater chassis cab variant of the Ineos Grenadier has been announced, aimed at specialist converters.

Based on the Quartermaster pick-up, the new chassis cab variant features four door and five seats.

Ineos says that the new model should prove popular with emergency services such as fire and police applications.

It comes with a 3.5t towing capacity and shares the same wheelbase as the Quartermaster pick-up. It’s as rugged truck, with a ladder-frame separate chassis, high and low range transmission, differential lock and a BMW-supplied 3.0-litre six-cylinder diesel engine, with an eight-speed automatic transmission.

Prices start from £53,180 plus VAT with the first deliveries expected later in the spring.

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Does the bed of an LGV have to have load bearing ply?

Does the bed of an LGV have to have load bearing ply? Is this a legal thing or not as I work for a company that have used 18m plywood to replace the old deck.
Ply lining is generally installed to protect the van as much as its load, as loads moving around inside can crease or dent the large side panels. There is no legal requirement (in the UK, at least) for the ply to be of any set thickness or load bearing capability.
Answered by Craig Cheetham
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