Thermo King mobile ColdCube Containers

Brussels, Belgium; ColdCube containers from Thermo King provide mobile cooling and freezing solutions.  “They are lightweight and can be loaded relatively quickly into a standard van or truck and powered by the vehicle battery, or once unloaded, the containers can be plugged into a standard wall outlet for continuous cooling”, Thermo King says.

Thermo King’s ColdCube containers “provide a simple way to manage temperature-sensitive cargo, providing consistent temperature management while optimising flexibility for users,” says Gary Mullins, accessories product manager for Thermo King in the Europe, Middle East, India and Africa region.

“These containers are ideal for managing the transport of refrigerated and frozen cargo in mixed fleets or for initial startup companies.”

1-Coldcube_Plastic_stripcurtains 2-ColdCube_Three_CoolersThese food-grade, heavily-insulated solutions offer precise temperature control with the added flexibility of operating on both AC and DC power. ColdCube™ containers are competitively priced compared to full van conversions and offer a lower price point to businesses that need intermittent refrigeration and/or freezing capability during transport.

Potential applications for the ColdCube include  load optimization in larger vans and full-size trailers, use in small vehicles with limited capacity requirements for cooling and freezing, and rental and leasing option for special events.

The ColdCube boxes have a digital temperature controller with easy read out. They can be used for catering and special events, delivery of medicines and vaccines, fresh and frozen blood bank transport and courier services.

“This flexible cooling and freezing solution provides customers with financial flexibility as well as the flexibility to either purchase or lease the unit depending on their specific needs,” the company says.

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