Britain bakes in sunshine as summer finally arrives for the UK! We are set for a gorgeous week of weather with thermometers expected to see record temperatures of 34 degrees celcius. But whilst this is fantastic news for the children who have broken up for their school holidays, if you are transporting perishable goods it could spell disaster.
The key to successful refrigerated transport is keeping the product in question at its optimum temperature to ensure a maximum lifespan. Summer heat can expose your perishable goods and medicines to dangerously high temperatures meaning they become spoiled, damaged or even dangerous. Sometimes all it takes is just few degrees to result in a rejected load which can be costly in terms of time and money.
However the rising temperatures the UK is set to see this week will not be a problem for our expert team. Our refrigerated vans will be ensuring all our customer deliveries are transported at the optimum controlled temperature. This is because our vehicles are fitted with “ignition key out” technology enabling the fridge to run whilst the van is locked. This ensures that the temperature of your goods is never compromised no matter hot the external environment gets.