Carter Thermal Industries (CTI) will make its debut at the Temperature Controlled Storage and Distribution Show in Peterborough on June 25-26.
As well as sponsoring the inaugural World Refrigeration Day, which takes place on the second day of the show, the company says it will be showcasing the expertise of its divisional companies with the main focus on the part it plays in environmental technology and solutions, particularly with regard to natural refrigerant solutions with low global warming potential such as hydrocarbon and CO2-based systems.
Dearman is working with Marks & Spencer as the retailer seeks to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from its chilled deliveries.
Dearman’s liquid nitrogen-powered engine is zero emission. The technology will replace diesel-powered secondary engines used to power transport refrigeration units (TRUs), which are used to keep food cold on the road.