Size and Capacity
Loading and Unloading
The specifications listed are based upon COOP's most commonly rented fleet. They are not the exact measurements of all fleet vehicles rented by COOP. Specifications will vary by make, model, and year of trailer.
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102” Reefer Straight Trucks
This is a popular type of reefer truck which is usually 102” wide. When compared to other standard reefer straight trucks, it is larger and can carry more loads. However, these reefer trucks are not very common on roads since they are wider than the standard width size of most straight trucks, hence pose safety risks on the roads.
Wooden Floor Reefer Trucks
Some commodities, while they need certain temperature control during transportation, also require air circulation. Wooden floor reefer trucks are designed to allow air circulation from the floor all through the load. The only downside of using wooden floor reefer trucks is that the energy costs of running them are high.
Each year, Dongfeng has a total output of about 180,000 medium-duty and heavy-duty trucks. This is why it is ranked third on the list of the biggest truck manufacturers in the world. The company is headquartered in Canada. It increases its production every year and emphasizes on high quality and durability of their output. The company prides itself in producing some of the best trailers and trucks built to fulfill different business needs.
Started in 1966, Manac has become one of the top truck manufacturers in the world. It is known for the manufacture of both light-duty and heavy-duty trucks, which come in different modifications. Manac is headquartered in Saint-Georges, Canada and is a leading manufacturer of custom-built units.
Tata Motors is a famous truck manufacturer, well known for being the first to start a steel plant. The company was formed in 1945, in Mumbai, and has been exporting their trucks to over 45 countries worldwide. It has one division, Tata Motors Cars and several subsidiaries including Land Rover, Jaguar Cars, and Jaguar Land Rover, among others.
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Metal and Steel Container Transportation
Reefer straight trucks are large and most of them are heavy-duty. They can be used to transport metals and steel containers. As long as the weight of the cargo does not exceed the stated weight limit and cargo standards, it is a great way of transporting such. While the most predominant use of reefer straight trucks is the transportation of temperature-sensitive goods, the refrigerator does not always have to be on.
For obvious reasons, frozen foods need to be transported under low temperatures. Business people need to ensure that they meet all the transportation standards for food and other goods that need temperature regulation. Fruits may not have the same temperature requirements as meat and dairy products, and the reverse is true. So, since each commodity has its own requirements, reefers can be adjusted to meet those requirements.
To prevent bad weather conditions from damaging beverages, reefer straight trucks are used during transportation. Most beverages need to be stored under certain temperatures to avoid spoilage. In fact, others should always be kept in really low temperatures to keep them fit to drink.
Due to the refrigeration function, a lot of people tend to think that reefer straight trucks can only be used for carrying temperature-sensitive goods. The good thing is that the refrigeration unit is adjustable, and when not needed can be turned off. So, reefer straight trucks can also be used to carry dry freight, even when it does not need temperature control.
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