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Klinge Corp celebrates three decades of innovation

Feb. 6, 2014
Specialty transport refrigeration manufacturer Klinge Corporation celebrates its 30th birthday in 2014.

Specialty transport refrigeration manufacturer Klinge Corporation celebrates its 30th birthday in 2014.
“We are proud to be celebrating 30 years of designing and producing state-of-the-art transport refrigeration, freezing, and power generation equipment. Over the course of three decades, we have developed a wide range of equipment for many industries,” said Henrik Klinge, company president.
Klinge Corp has designed groundbreaking dual refrigeration systems for ice core transport and chemical transport, explosion-proof refrigeration systems for the offshore industry, military refrigeration systems that meet stringent military standards, and freezer units for seafood and pharmaceuticals.
The company continues the tradition of providing quality, innovative transport refrigeration equipment with the production of additional military A-frame refrigerated containers for the Swedish Defense Force, offshore equipment for leading oil and gas companies, and –60° C freezer equipment for major seafood companies.
“In the coming years, Klinge Corp will continue to focus on research, design, and engineering to cultivate even more innovative concepts in the specialty transport refrigeration,” said Allan Klinge, vice-president.
Starting in 1972, Henrik Klinge and his late father Paul Klinge served as global agents for York Borg Warner’s marine transport division. Development and production of Klinge Corp’s special transport refrigeration units began in Denmark in 1974. This specifically consisted of transport refrigeration units for Danish bacon and butter export by ferries from Denmark to United Kingdom; “port-hole” clip-on refrigeration units; blast freezer trailers; and the special explosion-proof dual refrigeration systems for transport of dangerous goods such as organic peroxides.
Henrik Klinge purchased York Borg Warner’s marine transport division and renamed it as Klinge Corp in 1984. His son, Allan Klinge, joined the company in 2007 to establish the project management department and now serves as vice-president. The company is based in York PA and has offices in Denmark and Malaysia.
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