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Move aims to bolster safety and security from origination to delivery
Carrier Global Corp., a provider of cold chain assets and intelligence, has launched a program designed to help meet the rapidly evolving cold chain demands for advanced refrigeration technology to protect medicines, vaccines and food.
"The times we live in have increased the importance of cold chain resiliency and accelerated the need for more connected solutions from origination to delivery," said David Appel, refrigeration president at Carrier.
The new Healthy, Safe, Sustainable Cold Chain Program focuses on four key health-related areas:
The company’s refrigeration technology monitors the safe transport of perishable medicine and food to support supply chain flexibility and product safety.
Carrier’s installed base includes 1.2 million transport refrigeration units, 50,000-plus commercial refrigeration installations and cargo monitoring capabilities for theft prevention, thermal mapping and logistics optimization.
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida-based Carrier offers heating, ventilating, HVAC, and air conditioning, refrigeration, fire, security and building automation technologies.