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Deliver chilled or frozen products without vehicle refrigeration

09 November 2012

In these days of environmental and cost pressures, the ability to distribute temperature-sensitive products in small vehicles without the need for costly vehicle refrigeration systems is a huge bonus with savings to be made in capital and running costs as well as not affecting the vehicle’s critical payload.

Olivo, which has larger roll-containers used mainly in the food logistics industry, has also a range of smaller chest containers which fit into smaller vehicles or even estate cars.

Suitable for those urgent top-up deliveries, special pharmaceutical products, samples, etc., the BAC container prices start at £210.00 (+VAT) and the eutectic plates for refrigeration are £26.50 each (+VAT).

These plates, manufactured by Olivo, can be “tuned” to achieve the exact temperature required for the products transported.


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