Refrigerator box trucks, also known as “reefer trucks,'' have a refrigerated cargo area. These refrigeration units are used for the transportation of perishable or other temperature-sensitive goods. Fresh produce, flowers, some types of art, cosmetic products, some tobacco products, and medical supplies are some of the types of cargo often transported via refrigerated box trucks. If you can’t find the right reefer box truck on the local rental counter, join COOP and easily browse different available variations for rent in Auburn, WA.
Multiple Temperature Zone
The technology in these refrigerated box trucks allows them to set different temperature zones within the cargo area. This allows for the transportation of freight with different temperature requirements, even among the same load.
Metallic floor refrigerated box trucks are, as the name suggests, made of metallic floors in the cargo area. These floors will last longer as the condensation and ice will not warp them over time as it may with wood, but the downside is that they do not allow as much air circulation as wood does.
Wooden floor refrigerated box trucks have a spaced cargo floor. Although not as flat and even as a metallic floor, the wood allows for increased air circulation. Also, wooden floors will spoil over time as the humidity, condensation and ice will warp the wood, requiring them to be replaced periodically.
After getting their start in Indiana in 1985, Wabash National Corporation rapidly rose to become the leading manufacturer of semi-trailers in the US. Known for bringing many technological innovations to the industry, Wabash has helped some of the largest truck fleets in the nation operate with higher efficiency.
Utility Trailer Manufacturing Company is the nation’s oldest privately owned and family-operated manufacturer of trailers. Started in 1914, Utility is now the world leader in the production of trailers that are lightweight yet incredibly strong. As the largest manufacturer of refrigerated vans in the US, the refrigerated box trucks from Utility bring increased innovation, technology, and know-how to your business.
Since flowers are widely purchased for special occasions, it is more important than with many other types of products that flowers arrive in perfect condition. Renting a refrigerated box truck with COOP will allow you to ensure your flower deliveries arrive at their destination fresh.
Different medical equipment is required to be maintained at very specific temperatures, even in transit. From items used in the lab to those used in the dentists' office and common medication, these and more are often transported under controlled temperatures. Businesses in this field can rent the reefer box trucks they need to safely transport different medical supplies.
Many personal care products need to be kept within a specific temperature range. If not, most of these items deteriorate in value by melting or evaporating as with perfumes. If you run a supply company for such products, rent a reefer box truck with COOP today and make the most of it for your business needs.
The refrigerated box trucks rented with COOP can be used for any of your business needs. Here are some examples of the types of uses for refrigerated box trucks rented with COOP.
Where can I rent a refrigerated box truck?
By joining COOP. It is a convenient vehicle-sharing platform that will allow you to easily search for and find a refrigerated box truck rental for your business in Auburn today.
What methods of payment are accepted by COOP?
COOP accepts all major credit cards for deposit and rental payments.
Can I use a rental refrigerated box truck for my medical delivery business?
Absolutely! If your cargo needs to be kept at very specific temperatures during transit, you can rent any reefer box truck you need, whether a small 16ft or a large 26ft variation for your Auburn-located business.