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SCHMITZ CARGOBULL The Primafrio Group adds 200 latest generation semi-trailers to its fleet – Companies

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SCHMITZ CARGOBULL The Primafrio Group adds 200 latest generation semi-trailers to its fleet – Companies

The Primafrio Group, international provider of logistics services and European leader in temperature-controlled road transport of fruit and vegetables, has added 200 Schmitz Cargobull S.KO COOL reefer semi-trailers to its fleet, equipped with the S. CU d80 and the TrailerConnect® telematics system from Schmitz Cargobull.

The 200 S.KO COOL refrigerated semi-trailers have a galvanized frame for which Schmitz Cargobull offers a 10-year corrosion guarantee. To achieve optimal cooling performance, the semi-trailers are equipped with the powerful S.CU d80 transport refrigeration unit. This is characterized by low noise and an emissions-optimised engine. A solar panel on the roof of the transport refrigeration unit protects the battery from deep discharge and ensures a constant energy supply.

The trailers are equipped with additional features such as digital temperature recorder, new air distribution system and a comprehensive service package including maintenance, wear and tear repairs and breakdown assistance.

Primafrio relies on TrailerConnect® telematics for efficient and sustainable fleet and temperature management. This allows real-time monitoring of important parameters, such as temperature, tire pressure, trailer position, etc. Furthermore, it gives the operator a better overview and greater control of the trailers and load.

Finally, it is in line with the Primafrio Group’s ambition to offer the highest quality standards and guarantee the delivery of all types of goods in optimal conditions. For the financing of the new S.KO COOL refrigerated semi-trailers, Primafrio has opted for a leasing model from Cargobull Finance, which offers greater financial flexibility.

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