Size and Capacity
Design and Functionality
Driving and Control
Availability and Usage
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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Multiple Temperature zones
The truck has more than one temperature control panel installed within the cargo area. This makes it possible to ship goods with different temperature requirements in the most efficient manner. It also reduces the cost that might be incurred when taking multiple trips to accommodate the temperature difference of the cargo.
Opposed to the multiple temperature zones, the front fixed has a single temperature control panel at its cargo area. The truck is capable of shipping goods that share similar temperature requirements. With a singular panel, the cost of maintenance is assured to be lower when compared to its counterpart.
Wood is one of the most widely approved materials for the floors of refrigerated box trucks. It not only provides shock absorption properties for the cargo being shipped but also works best in improving the air circulation in the cargo area. When moving fresh produce adequate airflow is required to prevent the development and sustainability of mold and microbes.
Wabash has shown a clear understanding of what is needed to improve the usability of a refrigerated box truck in the transportation industry. Wabash trucks cater to different needs in the market which include thermal efficiency, durability, and easy maintenance. These and more make it one of the most rented truck brands on COOP.
Hino offers a good selection of box trucks that cater to the daily shipping of goods within the city. It has some of the best models in the market, with examples like the Hino 500 series, they are capable of offering high productivity throughout the day. In addition, the engine performance caters to sufficient torque while promoting fuel efficiency.
It is quite evident that Great Dane has been meeting the needs of truck owners and drivers for years. The company has championed the use of up-to-date technologies to improve fuel consumption while reducing the levels of emissions. A good introduction is the use of aerodynamic designs which are a top consideration for most business owners.
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Transporting Dairy Products
Dairy products are a major commodity within the city. Cheese and butter are the most common dairy products that require utmost care to ensure they can still be consumed after spending time on the road. Whether solidified or pasteurized dairy products are best moved with the help of a refrigerated box truck.
Transporting Fresh Produce
Most vegetables and fruit can deteriorate easily if shipped under poor conditions. Reefer box trucks are best suited in ensuring proper conditions for such cargo. To ship both vegetables and fruits on a single trip, a multiple temperature zone box truck is better suited for the job. The two survive under different temperature conditions.
The sufficient airflow and refrigerated conditions provided by reefer box trucks have improved the shipping of pharmaceutical drugs across cities. These trucks ensure that medicine and other pharmaceutical equipment are stored under the right temperatures before being offloaded.
How much does renting a refrigerated box truck cost?
The price starts from $128 on the COOP platform. The prices are prone to change concerning the type and availability of a particular refrigerated box truck design.
Can I use the rental refrigerated box for my shipping business?
Yes. Once you have chosen the best-refrigerated box truck rental with COOP you have the freedom to carry on with your business operations.
Where can I rent a refrigerated box truck?
You can rent with COOP. The platform has a favorable listing of different reefer box trucks in Summerville that you can rent in the comfort of your home. No more need for queuing on the rental counter.
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Once at the pick-up location, drivers will upload photos of the vehicle’s condition on the platform and get the keys from the vehicle’s owner to begin a rental and get on the road.
To complete reservations, simply have drivers return the vehicles to their designated locations, hand off the keys, and upload some return pictures. Pay the daily rate and mileage, and you're done!
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Included with all reservations, we strive to get you the services you need and connect you with a local vendor to get you back on the road as quickly as possible.
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