The Terberg Body Carrier excels at shunting swap bodies at distribution centres due to its agility and small turning circle. It is also used for applications such as carrying deicing fluid containers at airports.
The design accommodates a range of swap body types and there are several options for locking the bodies to the vehicle. BC units can optionally be fitted with a lifting fifth wheel to handle semitrailers.
The new generation EV tractor technology introduced in 2020 delivers significant improvements. You can choose from a number of battery capacity combinations and select the option best suited for your operations.
The performance of the new electric motor is similar to that of a diesel engine, and it does not lead to CO2 and NOx emissions at the point of use. In addition the driver experiences hardly any vibrations and noise.
The new batteries have been thoroughly tested and certified by Millbrook Proving Ground, to the ECE-R100 rev. 2 regulation. The universal charging connector complies with the CCS2.0 automotive standard.
The EV drive has regenerative braking to reduce the energy consumption and this also reduces wear on the brakes.
The EV system has fewer moving parts than a diesel engine and the previous EV generation, resulting in lower maintenance costs.
* Additional measures may be required in extreme temperatures.
Terberg has upgraded its BC Swap Body Carrier (BC183) with a completely new cabin, stage V certified engine and a range of smaller improvements.
Terberg recently introduced its new generation fully electric BC202-EV swap body carriers and now the first two vehicles have been delivered to Deutsche Post.
As part of the product launch process and to get customer feedback, the new Terberg fully electric Body Carrier was operated by Nap Transport at the DPD parcels site in Veenendaal in the Netherland...