Freshlinc is testing an Ecogen system in an effort to reduce diesel emissions and running costs for their temperature-controlled vehicle fleet.
CoolKit has supplied 19 refrigerated vans and donated more than £4,000 to FareShare, a national food distribution charity, which has seen demand double during the pandemic.
CoolKit, a refrigerated van manufacturer, is doing its bit amidst the coronavirus pandemic to ensure the nation has access to vital medicine and food supplies.
Buffaload Logistics has committed to fit Hultsteins’ on-board electric generator to all of their tractor units.
Vantastec has developed a new way to use 100% electric refrigeration units in large commercial vehicles.
Renault Trucks and Groupe Delanchy have developed the first all-electric refrigerated truck, which will be tested in real operating conditions.
CoolKit is rolling out a technical innovation that provides a solution to industry-wide problems caused by Start/Stop systems on new commercial vans.
VMS Fleet Management has introduced its new Alex Original refrigeration unit.
VMS has extended a three year relationship with Turners Fine Foods by supplying 20 refrigerated vans.
VMS has struck a deal to supply refrigeration units with Berkshire-based Ticco Foods.
AAH Pharmaceuticals has developed a new van, in partnership with Ford and specialist conversion companies, which monitors the temperature of the fridge unit.
Scottish firm GSM Transport has taken delivery of two trailers fitted with Carrier Transicold Vector refrigeration systems for a milk delivery contract.
One million transport refrigeration units on European streets have the equivalent impact on air pollution as up to 56 million diesel cars, research suggests.
Analysis undertaken by Dearman has highlighted the environmental impact that transport refrigeration units could be having on the UK’s urban streets.
Dearman’s zero-emission transport refrigeration system has been shortlisted as a finalist in the RAC Cooling Industry Awards.
The environmental challenge caused by booming global demand for cooling could be far greater than previously thought, according to a new report.