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Refrigerated Transport

What is Refrigerated Transport?

Refrigerated transport is a method of transporting shipments with specially designed temperature-controlled trucks. The transporting trucks has a built-in refrigeration system which cools the shipments at a regulated temperature all through the process of shipping.

Basically, the trucks are used for transporting perishable products such as meats, fruits, vegetables and sausages, pharmaceutical products, etc. These kinds of trucks are insulated refrigerated superstructure that ensures coolness and maintain the quality of the products being transported.

A refrigerator truck is a vehicle or truck designed to carry perishable commodities at specific temperatures

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