CURA HANDLING REFRIGERATED FREIGHT WITH CARE
Keeping It Fresh From Farm To Fork
Refrigerated Freight Explained & Facts
Refrigerated trailer with insulated walls and a self-powered refrigeration unit. Most commonly used for transporting food.
Using cellular communication technologies, fleet managers are able to monitor environmental conditions inside every trailer in the fleet simultaneously to ensure that prescribed load conditions are being maintained.
Temperature: Has the most significant effect on maintaining cargo quality.
Controlling humidity and temperature is vital for shipments of art, antiques, collectible vehicles, and other valuable items. These items often travel long distances in a controlled climate of about 70˚F.
How does it stay safe? By ensuring our trucks use a redundant refrigeration system. This consists of integrated primary and back-up refrigeration units.
The first successful mechanically refrigerated trucks were introduced by the ice cream industry around 1925.