Refrigerated or Temperature Controlled Transport
What is Refrigerated Or Temperature Controlled Transport?
Refrigerated or temperature-controlled transport, also known as cold chain logistics, refers to the transportation of goods that require specific temperature conditions to be maintained throughout the entire supply chain. This type of transportation is essential for perishable and temperature-sensitive products, such as fresh produce, frozen food, pharmaceuticals, vaccines, chemicals, and certain electronics.
The primary goal of refrigerated transport is to preserve the quality, safety, and integrity of the goods being transported by keeping them within the required temperature range from the point of origin to the final destination. Any temperature fluctuations outside the specified range could lead to spoilage, degradation, or even render the products unusable.
Long and Short Term Storage
Monitored Electronic Security Surveillance & Access Control
Forklifts and Other Equipment
Tractors & Semis
1,3 & 5 Ton Straight Trucks With Power Tailgates
18′, 48′ and 53′ Flat Decks
53′ Dry and Refrigerated Vans
Dry and Refrigerated Straight Trucks