Truck bodies refer to the body of a truck built on a separate chassis, rather than being of unitary or monocoque construction. . Truck bodies can be flat beds, made up of a chassis fitted with a platform body on which goods are carried or else tippers which have an open top body that can be unloaded when the body is tipped backwards. Truck bodies are of various types for various purposes, from loading to unloading, to curtain-siders equipped with a fixed, roofed frame and ideal for carrying pallets. Truck bodies can also be box bodies, temperature-controlled bodies, made of insulated material to carry temperature-sensitive loads such as chilled or frozen products, and luton peak bodies, often used for furniture transport, and others.