Our Mission Statement
“To always deliver on time the highest quality walk-in step vans and product solutions that help our customers’ businesses always deliver”.
Everything we do reflects our commitment to safety for our team members and our customers.
We act with integrity and our internal code of honor by always doing the right thing.
We encourage team members to be creative and think outside of the box.
We believe that whatever we are doing, always be on time, every time.
We emphasize quality over quantity, encouraging team members to create work that exceeds expectations.
When you’re ready to find cost-effective, environmentally friendly fuel solutions for your fleet—we’re here to help. We will collaborate with you to find the best solution for your application and connect you with the right powertrain provider.
Morgan Olson walk-in step van bodies were selected first by every major alternative powertrain upfitter and chassis provider.
Each one of our talented, dedicated team members is committed to excellence in performance, products, and customer satisfaction. Our work trucks are an essential part of North America’s economy, and our team’s commitment is to design, develop, and build the walk-in step vans that keep businesses delivering.
1946 – Jimmy Olson, Commissioner of the New York State Liquor Authority, and Walter Heingartner, owner of Kinney Motors Chevrolet in Brooklyn, N.Y., incorporated J.B.E. Olson Corporation in New York to sell aluminum-body trucks to the laundry industry.
The truck, called the “Kargo King,” is built for Olson by Grumman Aircraft Engineering, which produced fighter planes during World War II, with the chassis produced by Chevrolet. All the Chevy dealers on the East Coast are invited to the introduction of the Kargo King at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City.
Salespeople write 450 orders for the truck that day. Morgan Olson’s Step Van legacy continues to this day!
Morgan Olson will be introducing a new delivery vehicle body design at the 2023 NTEA Work Truck Show
Morgan Olson, EAVX and REE introduce the Proxima proof of concept step van to customers in Ann Arbor, Michigan