Don-Bur refrigerated trailers with Carrier Transicold units for Gregory Distribution

Commercial Motor
March 1, 2018


Gregory Distribution has taken delivery of five new 13.6m Don-Bur Insuliner curtain-sided refrigerated trailers with Carrier Transicold Vector 1550 units.

The trailers, which join the South West-based operator’s refrigerated trailer fleet of 135, will travel more than 150,000km a year, delivering temperature-controlled goods across the UK.

Since 2004 Gregory Distribution has only specified Carrier Transicold refrigeration systems, and the new units join 30 Vector 1550 and 105 Vector 1950 multi-temperature systems already operating in the fleet.

Dan Saunders, technical support manager at Gregory Distribution, said: “The units are extremely reliable, the service levels are second to none and their continued commitment to innovation has kept us coming back year after year. We operate 2,000 commercial vehicle assets and generally specify box bodies for our refrigerated trailers.

“These new units will be used primarily to transport dairy products across the UK, so the combination of the Insuliner curtain and the Vector 1550 works effectively, giving us the versatility to load whatever is required for the return trip.”

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