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Hultsteins connect to solar power for diesel-free cooling

Hultsteins connect to solar power for diesel-free cooling

Sweden/UK transport refrigeration manufacturers, Hultsteins have teamed up with TRAILAR, the UK’s leading transport solar power innovators, to facilitate a ‘free-at-the-point-of-use’ solution for users of their sustainable fridge systems. According to the two companies, the technological alliance will provide operators with permanent savings on fuel, maintenance and emissions – areas …

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Hultsteins appoint service agents to support sustainable refrigeration in Ireland

Hultsteins appoint service agents to support sustainable refrigeration in Ireland

Swedish/UK transport refrigeration manufacturer Hultsteins are pleased to announce a new service and support partnership with two well-known refrigeration service providers in Ireland – Mulvey Refrigeration Technology and Fleet Maintenance – who will provide a full after-market service for Hultsteins’ ‘diesel-free’ systems. Mulvey Technology are based in Co. Dublin and …

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Hultsteins exhibit sustainable systems at ITT Hub 2021

Hultsteins exhibit sustainable systems at ITT Hub 2021

Hultsteins, the Swedish and UK refrigeration systems manufacturer, are exhibiting their sustainable, hydraulic ‘diesel-free’ transport refrigeration and electric generator systems at ITT Hub 2021. The company says they see three main challenges facing operators of temperature-controlled trucks & trailers: operating costs, emission control and red diesel tax rebate withdrawal. ”We …

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Buffaload Logistics aim for diesel-free refrigeration with sustainable solution from Hultsteins

Buffaload Logistics aim for diesel free refrigeration with sustainable solution from Hultsteins

Following successful trials of a Hultsteins’ on-board electric generator, Buffaload Logistics have committed to fit the system to all of their tractor units, thereby eliminating diesel consumption and harmful emissions from their entire temperature-controlled trailer fleet. Called Ecogen and manufactured in the UK, the lightweight hydraulically-driven system was fitted to …

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