In trucking, a “reefer” is a refrigerated trailer that gets attached to a semi-truck in order to transport perishables and other temperature-sensitive goods. It was originally the ice cream industry that gave birth to the reefer around 1925. Reefers may also be used for heated goods.
Now Serving All Types of Reefers
How Does a Reefer Container Stay Cool?
- Nuts/Bolts Replacement
- Water Pumps
What Is A Reefer Trailer?
- Reefer trucks haul hundreds of thousands of dollars in goods and require warning systems that monitor the changes in temperature that allows the driver to take corrective measures.
- Reefer truck drivers are required to deliver perishable cargo in perfect condition and must pre-cool refrigerated units before loading goods to ensure a stable and correct temperature.
- Heavy hauler reefer trucks typically are equipped with an engine, evaporator, condenser, and compressor that adhere to strict environmental emissions guidelines.
- Many products require refrigeration before final delivery, with reefer trucks today hauling computers, medical supplies, plasma, blood, and photography supplies.
Monday to Friday: 8:00 am to 8:00 pm
Saturday: 8:00 am to 3:00 pm
Sunday : Closed