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SeaCube introduces new website

Jan. 27, 2023
The refrigerated intermodal equipment lessor debuts a ‘user-friendly’ site designed to highlight its ‘out-of-the-box’ reefer equipment solutions.

Refrigerated equipment lessor SeaCube Containers recently introduced a new website designed to create a more user-friendly experience for customers.

The new site underscores the company’s core values of leadership, innovation, and sustainability, with a key focus on its “revolutionary” approach to the intermodal reefer equipment market, according to SeaCube.

“SeaCube is committed to helping our customers reach their goals through innovation and investment and our new website reflects that mission,” SeaCube CEO Bob Sappio said in a news release. “In addition to creating an easy-to-use tool for our customers, our new site highlights our out-of-the-box refrigerated equipment solutions, whether the focus is on sustainability, enhanced fleet management, or food waste mitigation.”

As one of the largest purchasers and lessors of refrigerated intermodal equipment in the world, SeaCube invests in technologically advanced, environmentally friendly solutions that enhance efficiency and visibility.

“Our new website brings our forward-thinking vision to life,” Sappio said.

“We are not only investing in meeting the needs of today’s market but that of the future as well. We believe this is the way to ensure we are the refrigerated equipment provider of choice for our customers.”

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