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ReeferTek USA adds refrigerated truck body conversion to its capabilities

May 22, 2018
Learn more about ReeferTek USA's proprietary process for refrigerated truck body conversion.

ReeferTek USA, a national manufacturer of refrigerated vans, has just announced a new product line: refrigerated truck bodies. The company uses a proprietary process for converting cargo vans and dry truck bodies into precision refrigerated vehicles.

“Refrigerated truck bodies are the perfect complement to our refrigerated van business and the home delivery market” said Michael Leibman, president of ReeferTek USA. “We have been inundated with requests for larger refrigerated vehicles. Businesses are looking for one-stop shopping for their refrigerated fleet—and now ReeferTek can convert and deliver any type of refrigerated vehicle on the US market.”

The industry average is three to four months to convert a dry truck body to a refrigerated truck. ReeferTek has developed a streamlined production process that enables an entire truck body conversion to be completed in a matter of days.

“It’s really amazing technology and another way ReeferTek is revolutionizing the refrigerated transportation industry” said Leibman. “We manufacture the highest-quality products on the market and back each vehicle with a lifetime warranty.”

Each ReeferTek manufacturing facility already has the necessary equipment installed and employee training to properly convert any make and model truck body. Seamless antimicrobial liners will be included in each truck body conversion. The liners enable thorough power washing and sanitizing between each use.

Headquartered in New York City, ReeferTek has production facilities across North America. For more information, access https://reefertekusa.com.

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