If damaged, the new “Spring-Back” bumper only needs one smaller section of the bumper to be replaced, thus reducing material costs and repair expenses.
 - Photo courtesy of Morgan Olson

If damaged, the new “Spring-Back” bumper only needs one smaller section of the bumper to be replaced, thus reducing material costs and repair expenses.

Photo courtesy of Morgan Olson

Morgan Olson was issued a new patent (United States Patent No. 10,081,321 B2) for its new “Spring-Back” front bumper design.

This new bumper design provides key benefits to both large and small fleet owners. Specifically, the Spring-Back front bumper provides the typical bumper protection from low-impact, front-end contact, but the “Spring-Back” bumpers three-piece design absorbs the low-impact and springs back into place following contact.

Additional benefits include over a 50% replacement cost savings. If damaged, the new “Spring-Back” bumper only needs one smaller section of the bumper to be replaced, thus reducing material costs and repair expenses.

Check out the video of the bumper in action below: 

Morgan Olson recently completed the largest walk-in van single order is American history (over 6,500 package delivery units) that included the newly patented Spring Back bumper.

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