ISRAEL's Zim Integrated Shipping Services is expanding its refrigerated shipping capabilities with 1,000 new containers equipped with Carrier Transicold's PrimeLINE refrigeration unit, reports Bulgaria's Maritime News.
Carrier Transicold is a part of Carrier Global Corporation a leading global provider of healthy, safe, and sustainable building and cold chain solutions.
The new containers will help the Haifa-based shipping line accommodate growth and help its ample refrigerated resources to support its customers.
"With thousands of PrimeLINE units already in service in our fleet for many years, the refrigeration system has proven itself to be a highly capable performer," said Zim reefer trade manager Moti Azari.
"The unit's excellent refrigeration capabilities, energy efficiency and record of reliability, backed by Carrier Transicold's responsive field support team, are all vitally important to our fleet operations, especially so, during these unprecedented times amid the Covid-19 pandemic," said Mr Azari.
The unit will offer rapid temperature pull-down, tight temperature control, high energy efficiency, and high air-flow performance.
"We appreciate the opportunity to continue supporting Zim with our PrimeLINE units, which have been the industry sales leader for more than a decade with best-in-class refrigeration performance," said international key account manager Kay Henze.