Refrigerated transportation is a growing industry. As the population continues to increase and our cities become denser, it’s more important than ever to properly transport cold and frozen food.
At ReeferTek, we understand that no two cold transportation businesses are alike. For that reason, we provide the most flexible and customizable van conversion options to our customers. Here are just a few of the flexible options you’ll have:
Need precision temperature control? No problem – our proprietary conversion process along with spray foam insulation and seamless interiors create the ideal storage space for precision temperature maintenance.
Need extreme cold storage? No problem – we create refrigerated vans that accurately cools up to -20 °F.
Need more roof height? No problem – there are several commercial vans which allow standup walk-in. We can customize any of them.
Need modular shelving? No problem – we can build adjustable racks to accommodate any shelf configuration.
Need fully open doors in the back or a sliding door on the side? No problem – we can show you examples of similar vans we’ve created.
Need dry storage? No problem – we can partition a divider of any size to allow you to properly transport dry goods as well as refrigerated products. This is also more efficient and economical.
Need standby power? No problem – any of our refrigerated vans can be customized with eco-friendly cooling units and standby power options, shelves.
Have multiple stops? No problem – we can install strip curtains to minimize temperature change.
Need a mobile office in your refrigerated van? No problem – whether you need a mobile conference room or a full-service office with internet and communication technology, we can design the perfect solution for your mobile business/office.
ReeferTek USA is the only company that will work with you on each step of the process to ensure you have the ideal refrigerated van and most comfortable working conditions for your personnel. Contact us today to get started customizing your refrigerated van.