Mitsubishi Fuso Offering Morgan Maximizer Body on Canter LCOE Trucks

Mitsubishi Fuso Offering Morgan Maximizer Body on Canter LCOE Trucks

Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of America, Inc. (MFTA) has partnered with Morgan Corporation to make Morgan’s Maximizer step-in body available on its full line of Canter FE Series cabover work trucks.

Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of America, Inc. (MFTA) has partnered with Morgan Corporation to make Morgan’s Maximizer step-in body available on its full line of Canter FE Series cabover work trucks.

The Maximizer body provides convenient, safer curb-side access to the cargo area through a low step-in entry at the body’s front passenger side. The roll-up door at the step-in opening assures maximum interior space for cargo or installed equipment.

By combining the Maximizer body with a FUSO Canter FE Series work truck, the operator can enjoy the benefits of the Canter’s lower cost-of-ownership, remarkable fuel efficiency and superior payload, as well as convenient, safer access to the body interior. Also, with the cargo area separated from the driving environment, the driver can enjoy the quiet, comfortable working environment of the FUSO Canter cab, which may help to reduce driver fatigue.

“Morgan has been a FUSO partner for years, and we’re very pleased to be offering this additional choice to our dealers and customers in an effort to expand end-user applications for our Canter work trucks,” said Todd Bloom, MFTA’s President and CEO. “We’re confident this body style, coupled with the lower cost-of-ownership represented by the Canter, will appeal to many customers who are looking to make their truck transport operations more efficient.”

The new Maximizer body option will be available from Morgan Corp. through the FUSO dealer network throughout the U.S. and Canada.

 For more information about the FUSO Canter, visit www.mitfuso.com or contact your local Mitsubishi Fuso dealer. For more information about the Morgan Maximizer, go to www.morgancorp.com.

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