Car Boot Liners
About Carbox and Autoform
JV Carbox, based at Bremen in Germany, invented the concept of the car specific boot liner back in 1960, setting the benchmark for cars staying as clean as were on their very first day.
Large saloon cars, small city cars, station wagons or vans – the vehicles of today are as diverse as the people driving them, yet Carbox is still the epitome of quality and good value and by being innovative have remained at the leading edge of the boot liner market.
Carbox were recently awarded the 'Top 100 Quality Seal' for being one of the top 100 most innovative companies among small and medium-sized businesses in Germany. Read more.
The plastics used were developed for Carbox by Hoechst, the German chemicals giant, and are ideal for the task required. All Carbox products are quality certified to ISO9001.
Carbox also supply numerous car manufacturers including Audi, BMW, Citroen, Fiat, Nissan, Peugeot, Subaru, Suzuki and Volkswagen.
All Carbox products have a two year guarantee, but as there's nothing to go wrong, they should last forever!
They are oil and acid resistant, odourless, and fully recyclable.
Autoform was established in the year of 1988 and since 1991 has been part of the Calix group. Autoform AB is located in Malung, Sweden and has 56 employees and the annual turn over is 10,5 million Euro.
Perhaps better known for their high quality roof boxes, Autoform makes a range of approximately 300 different boot liners, tailor made to fit each individual vehicle. Most of them designed in cooperation with leading car makers (including Ford).. Meassurements of new vehicles are taken by using in house designed equipment fitted with sensors connected to a soft ware program.
Like Carbox liners they are oil and acid resistant, odourless, and fully recyclable.