Admiral Container adds Carrier PrimeLine fridges

Singapore: Admiral Container Lines has added more than 150 new containers with Carrier Transicold PrimeLine fridges to boost its refrigerated shipping capabilities in the eastern Mediterranean and Black Sea. 

Admiral has expanded its refrigerated capacity in time to support the 2021-2022 high season of perishable cargo exports in the region.
 
“Carrier Transicold’s PrimeLine units have long served our fleet reliably and efficiently,” said Ihsan Arican Cakar, managing director, Admiral Container Lines.
  
Carrier says PrimeLine unit’s have outsold competitor products for over 13 consecutive years. “We value the continued trust and confidence that the professionals at Admiral Container Lines place in the industry-leading PrimeLINE unit and Carrier Transicold, as we endeavor to deliver world-class products and services,” said Dean Bouch, terchnical sales manager, EMEA region, global container refrigeration, Carrier Transicold.

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