Thermo King commits to all-electric refrigeration by 2023

Swords, Ireland: Thermo King is to spend more than $100m over the next three years to deliver fully electric products in every segment of the coldchain by 2023.

The company’s all-electric portfolio, called Evolve, will include electric refrigeration for truck, trailer, rail, air and marine transport in the North America, Latin America and Europe, Middle East and Africa.

As new products are added to the Evolve range, electric solutions will be available in every cold chain segment in Europe and Africa by 2023, and in the Americas by 2025.

“Bold solutions for a more sustainable world are core to our strategy. We continue to innovate to help reduce the carbon footprint of customer operations,” said Paul Camuti, chief technology and sustainability officer, Trane Technologies.

“The Evolve portfolio builds on our ongoing efforts to help customers reduce environmental impact and meet their sustainability goals as they transition fleets and stay ahead of future regulation.”

Evolve: the new name for Trane’s all-electric product range for truck, trailer, rail, air and marine transport

“Our expertise in electrification has positioned Thermo King as a trusted partner to respected industry leaders such as Isuzu, Tesco, Mercedes-Benz and technology companies such as ELMS, Gatik and BPW who continue to find new ways to innovate the cold chain,” said Karin De Bondt, president, Thermo King Americas.

“Through these strategic partnerships we are able to further our advancements of sustainable power solutions and electrified product offerings that meet customer, regulatory and environmental requirements in our industry and our world.”

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