Thermo King voted Best Brand in Germany

Berlin, Germany: Thermo King has been voted the Best Brand for refrigeration at the ETM Awards for the 15th consecutive year.

The annual poll of readers of German transport and logistics publications Fernfahrer, Lastauto Omnibus, Trans Aktuell and, saw Thermo King top the readers’ rating since 2005, when the survey was extended from the truck and bus industry to include markets supplying commercial vehicles.

Christian Dinse, area sales manager Germany, Thermo King, said: “This is truly spectacular for us to remain as the top brand among the thousands of commercial vehicle professionals for so many years. This demonstrates our commitment to our customers and the continuous advancement of transport climate control technologies,” said Christian.

“For more than 80 years, our number one priority has been to strategically focus our investments and talent to develop and evolve technology to deliver the right solutions, at the right time, for our global customer base. Product innovation, reliability, increased uptime, total cost of ownership, optimal efficiency, economics, and customer expectations have always been the concepts that drive our company.

“Our goal is to stay ahead and ensure that together with our most extensive global network of dealers and service stations in the industry we always have the right solutions to meet our customers’ needs,” Dinse said.


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