Load to Ride Transportation Uses Cold Box for Temperature Controlled Freight

Regional and national transportation leader, Load to Ride Transportation has recently had great success using Cold Box to ship their client’s temperature controlled freight.

Operations Director, Paul Reedy states, “It’s great being able to move a pallet in an temperature controlled environment and the Cold Box is easy to operate as well as load and unload. Normally we have to set the temperature on the refrigerated trailer, wait for it to get to temperature (which can take hours), then load the freight and go.  Plus Cold Box’s online web portal that allows you to log in is the icing on the cake and makes monitoring the temperature and location from start to finish a breeze.” Paul also expressed his excitement at having the option to ship PFF or Protect From Freeze freight in the winter seasons when the weather is extremely cold in Denver, CO.

In the future, Load to Ride plans on using Cold Box for more temperature controlled freight shipping for clients like Hammond’s Candies fine chocolate, KMG Chemicals (reefer hazmat corrosive), Fresh Box Foods, makeup, and more.

Load to Ride Transportation Uses Cold Box to Ship Temperature Controlled Freight

With corporate offices based in Denver, CO, Load to Ride Transportation offers a wide-range of logistics and transportation services including Load-to-Deliver, LTL shipping, Pool Distribution, Warehousing, and Special Handling. For more information see: http://www.onestopfreightways.com/

To learn more about using Cold Box for shipping temperature controlled freight, visit: http://thecoldbox.com/temperature-controlled-freight/

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