OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — Coldtainer USA, providers of portable containers that can be used for precise temperature control in any transportation application, said the container for transporting perishable goods is now available at 32 locations nationwide.
“Expanding the number of locations that offer Coldtainers makes the portable refrigerated containers an option for more companies that need temperature control for some portion of their loads,” said Terry Koerner, general manager at Coldtainer USA. “It also allows us to better serve the growing and wider range of clients that don’t need to refrigerate the entire vehicle if they deliver both dry and refrigerated goods, including grocery, prepared meal, vending machine, pharmaceutical and other products.”
Simple to operate, Coldtainers can use vehicle battery and AC power sources at facilities. For flexibility, the units have the ability to pre-cool and/or maintain temperature on 110V power and then seamlessly move to 12V operation when the vehicle is in transit or is being used on site.
Koerner said Coldtainer portable containers are a highly reliable and versatile solution available in a variety of options depending on a customer’s needs. The units are offered in cooling, freezing and heating front opening or top loading models in a range of sizes.
Equipped with refrigeration units designed to withstand vibrations related to vehicle use, Coldtainer stand-alone containers are made from highly durable molded polyethylene and food-grade materials, are easy to clean and are in compliance with health and safety standards, he said.
All Coldtainer temperature-controlled models feature an integrated battery monitor and a user-friendly digital display to view temperature and status, and for precise temperature set point control. The portable cooling containers also record temperatures and have a mobile Bluetooth capability for downloading data to meet recordkeeping requirements.
For more information, visit www.coldtainerusa.com
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