The challenges of ensuring an unbroken cold chain for last-mile deliveries, particularly in urban areas, continue to mount. Escalating traffic congestion and legal criteria can slow down the distribution process, putting temperature-sensitive products like food and pharmaceuticals at unnecessary risk. There is help at hand.
Adapting an existing vehicle, whether it be conventional or electric, into a 2- or 3-chamber, multi-temperature delivery vehicle can now be done at the drop of a hat. CarryTemp Transforming Vehicles is a re-usable systems range that has been designed specifically for this purpose.
Different configurations allow temperature-sensitive goods to be transported at ambient, chilled or frozen levels, depending on requirements. Vehicles can be segmented and adapted in their entirety or in part. These passive, last-mile, cold chain solutions are extremely light compared to actively-cooled vehicles or rotational moulding-insulated containers, and provide exceptionally good insulation.
No matter what the preference, every solution is based on ecological, reusable passive cooling elements which allow you to not only decrease CO2 emissions but also greatly reduce your transportation costs. Once transformed, each vehicle will be classified as a “new energy vehicle”, giving drivers urban access to low-emission and zero-emission zones.