The refrigerated carrier says it felt current safety technology had grown “stagnant,” and formed this partnership to better serve drivers.
The advanced algorithm and predictive analytics capabilities make it possible to anticipate where failures may occur and provide the necessary alerts in advance.
Fear not, with the right equipment, the curse of a thawed delivery won’t loom over your fleet.
These efficiencies, according to the press release, encompass a 10% boost in fuel efficiency compared to the previous generation.
The sensors provide data for automated reporting and failure notifications if temperatures fall out of acceptable ranges.
Thermo King has introduced the Precedent S-750i trailer refrigeration unit for transport refrigeration for long-haul and local food distribution. Electrification, integrated shore power, embedded telematics, and a lower-global warming potential (GWP) refrigerant all contribute to Thermo King’s efforts in helping customers transition fleets to reduce their environmental impact and stay ahead of future regulation. Utilizing
Carrier Transicold is now making telematics a standard feature on its most popular trailer refrigeration units. Carrier Transicold is a part of Carrier Global Corporation. The innovative web-based interface of the telematics solution provides continuous visibility of cold chain assets via a centralized data stream that shows trailer temperatures, location and movement. The platform can
Carrier Transicold has introduced the new Supra S10 diesel-powered truck refrigeration unit. This fifth model in the Supra line will be available through Carrier Transicold’s North American dealer network in early 2022. “The Supra S10 unit is ideal for local and regional cold chain distribution operations where the largest box trucks require maximum refrigeration performance,” said
Carrier Transicold unveiled plans for Supra zero-emission truck refrigeration technology, due for release by 2023. According to Carrier Transicold, the engineless Supra technology will be applied to battery electric vehicles (BEVs) or to run autonomously with conventional engine-driven trucks. It is particularly targeted toward fleets in California that must introduce zero-emissions truck refrigeration units into
Thermo King says it will invest more than $100 million over the next three years to deliver a fully electric product in every segment of the cold chain by 2023. The company says its all-electric portfolio, branded Evolve, will include electric refrigeration solutions for truck, trailer, rail, air and marine transport in the North America,
Thermo King announced the launch of an industry council, which the company says is aimed at understanding the challenges behind a zero-emissions cold chain and developing a roadmap to an all-electric transport industry. The council is an online community made up of various-sized fleets including refrigerated and mixed-load trucks and trailers for long-haul, mid-mile and
XL Fleet Corp. announced a new agreement and investment in eNow Inc., a provider of solar and battery power systems that enable fully-electric Transport Refrigeration Units (eTRUs) for Class 8 commercial trailers. Under the terms of the agreement, XL Fleet will supply battery and power electronics systems for the first 1,000 units of eNow’s new