The cleanest truck on the road

tkv* Thermo King Süd in Ulm, a German Thermo King dealer developed a specialized cleaning method for trucks and trailers to make sure all materials are 100% virus-free

Ensure your fleet is NRMM Stage V compliant with Thermo King engines

As of January 2019, NRMM stage V legislation is in force. Are you compliant? Check your engines!

COOL NUMBERS – Transportation and the environment

Ever wondered about the impact of refrigerated transport on the environment, the volume of trucks on the road and their contribution to greenhouse emissions? Then wonder no more…

Waiting for the green light: helping bus operators take the electric option

Electric is making its way in the public transport sector. But how do you provide heat and cooling when most systems rely on traditional combustion engines?

A good call: knowing your options in transport refrigeration

These days the fleet manager is presented with a wide array of transport refrigeration options. In fact with so much choice it can be a challenge to be sure you’re consistently selecting the right technology for the right vehicle, power source, and journey type.

Keeping it cool – Past, Present, and Future

Thermo King and Frigoblock have a long tradition of helping customers access the technologies they need to sustain an effective cold chain – and we’re not finished yet!

Making the right choice: staying ahead of the game in refrigerated transport

The days of the ‘one size fits all’ approach to cold chain logistics could soon be behind us. Particularly when it comes to delivering loads in city centers, where the pressure is growing to reduce noise pollution and vehicle emissions.

The most common cold chain breaches – and what to do about them

Breaches in the cold chain can quickly lead to a degradation of product quality and safety. Here we offer best practice advice for avoiding ‘thermal abuse’.

Saying no to thermal injury and spoilage: why temperature control matters

The quality, longevity (read: shelf life), and safety of foods in any cold chain are governed by two principle values: time and temperature. Both have a big impact on the growth of microorganisms, including pathogens that grow on or in a product. Indeed the role of chilling (to temperatures usually between 0°C and +5°C) and