Morgan Truck Body has unveiled its latest body innovations with the introduction of an electrified refrigerated concept truck body. Mounted on a Lion Electric Lion 6 chassis and utilizing a Thermo King all-electric refrigerated unit, the 24-foot truck body is constructed with materials that are designed to maximize thermal efficiency and lighten the load, and
SAF-Holland has begun the market and product development phase of its trailer electric axles on real-world transportation applications for North America. The SAF TRAKr (or recuperative axle) is currently undergoing intensive testing around the world–with positive initial user experiences, the company noted during a press conference held during TMC 2022. First presented at the 2018
As the race to decrease emissions on transport refrigeration units (TRUs) is posing a major hurdle to commercial fleets, a zero-emission electric trailer is now available from ConMet eMobility that eliminates emissions, decreases noise, and reduces brake wear, the company noted at the TMC Fall Meeting held in Cleveland. The power behind the zero-emission trailer
Carrier Transicold truck and trailer customers now have access to the BluEdge service platform, which is now fully available from Carrier Transicold’s dealer network across the U.S. and Canada. BluEdge offers three tiers of service, adding augmented capabilities when integrated with Carrier Transicold’s eSolutions monitoring system. Tier offerings include: Core – Supplements the original equipment
To meet the growing demands for sustainable delivery solutions, Electric Last Mile Inc. (ELMS) and Thermo King, a strategic brand of Trane Technologies plc, announced plans to build an all-electric refrigerated delivery vehicle. As part of the collaboration, Thermo King will integrate its E-200 all-electric refrigeration unit into the ELMS’ Urban Delivery electric vehicle. This
If you haul refrigerated products, keeping them cold in the summer is of obvious importance; but in the winter it gets tricky—because there is such a thing as too cold. “For optimal food quality as well as food safety, temperature control of perishable products is always important regardless of whether it’s hot or cold outside,”
Reefers equipped with transport refrigeration units (TRU) come with their own winter maintenance checklist. In addition to those mentioned above, here are a few reefer- and TRU-specific tips. “It’s essential to get units checked out before the cold sets in to ensure that the system is operating at full capacity,” recommend Scott Koch and Freddy
460-volt power infrastructure is slowly making its way across the country, along with 120-volt power for cab conveniences.
Today’s technology helps fleets achieve higher levels of performance with lower total cost of ownership.
Transport refrigeration units (TRUs) move toward higher efficiency and lower emissions to meet new regulations.
Manufacturers of transport refrigeration units will show leading-edge equipment designed to please the eye and the pocketbook at the 2013 Mid-America Trucking Show.
Always on the lookout for ways to improve efficiency and productivity, refrigerated carriers are increasingly turning to trailer tracking and refrigeration unit monitoring solutions.