Thermo King® by Trane Technologies Unveils Cutting Edge Cold Chain Decarbonization Solutions for Truck, Trailer & Bus

| September 20, 2022

Innovative technologies reduce emissions and accelerate electrification of transport refrigeration

Thermo King®, a leader in transport temperature control solutions and a brand of Trane Technologies (NYSE: TT), unveiled cutting edge truck, trailer and bus solutions for cold chain electrification and decarbonization. The launches include three next generation models for Advancer™, a pacesetter in electric trailer refrigeration; the brand-new, all-electric E-Series, designed for battery-powered vehicles; and a high-performing, natural refrigerant CO2 heat pump for electric buses. Combined, these technologies reduce emissions and energy consumption, expand sustainable power sources, and increase efficiency.

The latest launches will help meet Thermo King’s commitment to deliver fully electric products in every segment of the cold chain in Europe, Middle East, Africa (EMEA) by 2023, and in the Americas by 2025. These innovations also support progress towards Trane Technologies’ 2030 Sustainability Commitments, including its Gigaton Challenge to reduce customer emissions by a billion metric tons.

“It’s exciting to announce our latest technologies at IAA, which address the most pressing needs for fleet owners, communities and the planet, and accelerate the electrification of transport refrigeration,” said Dwayne Cowan, president of Thermo King EMEA, Trane Technologies. “Demand has never been greater for getting fresh food to store shelves, medicine to hospitals, and other temperature-controlled cargo to cities and towns across Europe and beyond. We’re relentlessly innovating to solve customers’ most complex challenges today, while building a better future for tomorrow.”

From September 20 to 25, IAA Transportation 2022 visitors will have the opportunity to see Thermo King’s newest innovation and cold chain technologies in action, including:

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