James Hall & Co orders Carrier Transicold units to reduce carbon footprint

 

James Hall & Co has opted for Carrier Transicold’s Syberia multi-temperature engineless units, in a move designed to improve the sustainability of its vehicles working with SPAR. The Preston-based firm said the units are each mounted to 18-tonne Volvo Fes featuring Gray & Adams refrigerated bodies. The new vehicles will help deliver fresh produce to the food retail chain’s outlets across the north of England.

Ian Farnworth, James Hall fleet manager, said: “Carrier’s engineless systems are completely new to the […][1]


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