THE RIGHT TRUCK FOR THE JOB

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Our XPakk/dairy co-op food businesses rely on the transport of goods, the refrigerated van isn’t optional, it’s mandatory.

You need this moving fortress to guarantee the safety and quality of your products. More and more businesses have begun to realize the importance of refrigerated transport. The market for refrigerated vehicles or reefers is expected to rise at a compound annual growth rate of 16.44 percent from 2020 to 2024.

If you’re still not on the bandwagon, these five reasons may help change your mind.

1. Protects Your Goods

While this is maybe the most obvious benefit, it’s worth taking a closer look. Most people think of refrigerated vans as glorified ice cream trucks. But they’re much more than that.

Of course, protecting perishables is a given. You want your meats, fruits, and flowers to be fresh when they reach your customers. Using anything less than a refrigerated vehicle can ruin your precious products.

You deliver spoiled goods one time and your reputation takes a big hit. And if any of your customers get sick, then you better have a lawyer on speed dial.

It’s not just about protecting your goods, it’s about protecting your business and yourself.

2. Owning a Refrigerated Van Gives You Control

You can always hire a delivery service to transport your merchandise. But once you give them the reins, you can only rely on how trustworthy and dependable they are.

If you want something done right, the saying is it’s better to do it yourself. By having your own reefer, you have control over how your product is handled. No one knows the product better than you.

You can take care of every aspect of the delivery, from the temperature settings to the packaging and other stuff.

3. Ensures Compliance with Regulations

Many consumer products are subject to FDA regulations. These laws protect the end user from receiving potentially unsafe goods.

One of these laws is the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). The FSMA requires companies involved in the transportation of food to use sanitary practices to ensure safety.

One of the requirements is that adequate temperature control should be incorporated in the design of vehicles and transportation equipment. Other requirements include prevention of contamination from non-food items, raw food, or from cross-contact. These can all be provided for by your reefer.

If you want to stay compliant, owning a van capable of refrigerated freight is a must.

4. Adds Versatility to Your Business

We often think that only perishables such as food and pharmaceuticals are involved in the cold chain. But the cold chain covers a wide variety of products.

Examples of hauls that require refrigerated transport include fine art and antiques, personal care products, and chemicals.

If you’re in the delivery service, you can expand your transport capabilities by owning a reefer. Refrigerated vans come in different sizes to accommodate any load.

5. Free Advertisement

Anything that promotes your company is good for business. And if you don’t have to pay another company to do it for you, that’s icing on the cake.

If you have your own refrigerated van, you can put your logo or brand on it. Promote your business wherever the van goes!

Join the Bandwagon

Hop right in! Our vehicle to your fleet and enjoy the benefits of owning a refrigerated van.

If you think you’re ready to buy one but you’re not sure where to get them, start with us! We have a wide variety of refrigerated vehicles to choose from. Request a quote today.

DESIGNED FOR WORK

Every inch of the 2019 Ram ProMaster® has been crafted to provide functionality and efficiency. Flexible seats, the available ParkSense® Rear Park Assist System and a front airbag system offer supreme productivity, comfort and control.

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