We work with the best refrigeration companies. Each vehicle has the best unit installed to meet the client’s needs. Here are some of our main suppliers:


Carrier Global Corporation is an American corporation based in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.

Carrier was founded in 1915 as an independent company manufacturing and distributing heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. They have since expanded to include manufacturing commercial refrigeration and foodservice equipment, and fire and security technologies.

As of 2020, it was an $18.6 billion company with over 53,000 employees serving clients in 160 countries on six continents.

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Thermo King

Thermo King Corporation is an American manufacturer of transport temperature control systems for trucks, trailers, shipboard containers, and railway cars; HVAC systems for bus, shuttle and passenger rail applications; and “TriPac” hybrid auxiliary idle reduction and temperature management system for truck cabs. Headquartered in the Minneapolis suburb of Bloomington, Minnesota; Thermo King is a subsidiary of Trane Technologies.


Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Thermal Systems (MTH) is globally recognised for its high-quality transport refrigeration units and reliable service. Its expertise in the field is supported by a long history of experience that spans international markets.

MTH was established in 1964 and designed and manufactured its first transport refrigeration unit (TRU) in 1967. It now boasts a strong global portfolio that is a testament to its premium products.

MTH’s technology, which did not reach the Australian market until 2008 to meet the demand for variety and quality in transport refrigeration equipment.

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Diesel and off-engine drive units are available, depending on size and refrigeration requirements. Electric standby is also an option.

Our experts will determine what is the best size refrigeration unit for you.

Some of the mitigating factors to consider are;

  • Ambient temperature (maximum temperature outside of the vehicle)
  • Number of drops per run
  • K-factor of all the panels
  • Configuration of the truck body (I.e., if there are any internal walls dividing the body the body)
  • Temperature required for the goods to be stored at
  • Products that are being carried
  • Type of run (length time of run and in between drops)
Eurocold refrigerated truck with Carrier fridge
Refrigerated truck curtains over door

A few accessories that our experts may recommend to reduce temperature loss are;

  • Curtains
  • Air Flow Flooring
  • Barn Doors
  • Tri-fold Doors
  • Single Side Doors
  • Chiller Mats
  • Dividing Walls

Talk to our experts today to discuss what refrigeration unit is best for you.

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