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Going for beer in Tenerife

6th February 1992
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• Don-Bur is building an insulated-roof curtainsider for a Tene

rife-based brewery, and hopes to supply another 50 or more in kit form.

The 13m-long, 4m-high trailer is the first curtainsider on the Canary Islands, says

Stoke-on-Trent-based Don-Bur. Cervecera de Canarias, the major brewery on the islands,

wants to update its 300-strong fleet over the next five years.

The body, on a tandem-axle Crane Fruehauf chassis, follows Don-Bur's standard Palletmas ter curtainsider design, but its roof is insulated with poly urethane and 5mm plywood, and it has air vents in the bulkhead and roof to keep the beer cool.

If the trial is a success the brewery is considering asking

Don-Bur to arrange for kits to be assembled to a similar spec by a Spanish bodybuilder, says Don-Bur sales director David Burton.

Cenrecera de Canarias' logistics manager Eduardo Bezares says Britain is the most advanced country in Europe in brewery vehicle bodybuilding and distribution.

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