Press – Global Cold Chain News

The Global Cold Chain News is hot on the latest technology story coming from PML and their investment in roller bed floor lorry trailers.

“Feltham, UK: Perishable Movements is adding six refrigerated trailers with powered roller bed floors to its fleet.

Gray & Adams is building the trailers which will have Joloda power roller bed floors to automate loading and unloading containers.”

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Press – PML invests in refrigerated vehicles featuring pioneering technology

press pml invests in refrigerated vehicles featuring pioneering technology

Produce Business UK speak with Robert Haynes, PML’s Business Development Manager about the significant investment into a new fleet of vehicles for the business and the leading technology they will offer.

“Perishable Movements Ltd (PML), one of the top players in the transfer of perishable goods market, is investing circa £500,000 in six new state-of-the-art trucks, which represent the UK’s first refrigerated trailers to feature a powered roller bed floor system.”
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Press – PML invests in refrigerated vehicles featuring pioneering technology

Fresh Talk Daily run the story on PML’s investment in refrigerated trucks with pioneering technology.

“FPC Fresh Awards sponsor, Perishable Movements Ltd (PML), the no1 player in the transfer of perishable goods market, is investing circa £500,000 in six new state-of-the-art trucks, which represent the UK’s first refrigerated trailers to feature a powered roller bed floor system.”

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PML Invests In Refrigerated Vehicles Featuring Pioneering Technology

December 2019: Perishable Movements Ltd (PML), the no1 player in the transfer of perishable goods market, is investing circa £500,000 in six new state-of-the-art trucks, which represent the UK’s first refrigerated trailers to feature a powered roller bed floor system.

The trailers commissioned by PML are being built and designed by Gray & Adams, a family run business that specialises in the delivery of bespoke premium vehicles customised to meet the discerning needs of the client.
Demonstrating PML’s commitment to supporting UK business, the new fleet will be built at Gray & Adams’ Fraserburgh site, while the revolutionary Joloda power roller bed floor system will be manufactured in Anglesey, Wales.

The innovative power roller bed floor system was first developed 10 years ago and enables the automated loading/unloading of containers via a series of drive rollers that are built into the floor surface of the trailer. The benefits of this system are that cargo can be loaded/unloaded without
the input of personnel, making it easier to accurately control the speed of the discharge and therefore offering heightened safety. Although they have been previously used in factories, the new PML trailers denote the first time this technology has been applied to a refrigerated trailer. In addition, the new trucks include electronic / pneumatic controls to complement the refrigerated environment and the very latest fridge unit
system which produces less carbon emissions.

It is estimated that the actual build of the six vehicles will take four weeks, with an estimated completion date of end of January 2020. The trailers will be used by PML to carry air freight containers under strict temperature-controlled conditions. The contents of the containers will range from fresh produce, dairy, meat & fish, flowers & plants and pharmaceutical goods.

Commenting on the investment in the new vehicles, Robert Haynes, Business Development Manager for PML said, “As the leading force in the transfer of perishable goods sector, PML is committed to introducing pioneering new technologies to further enhance the standard of service to its customers. Our relationship with Gray & Adams dates back to five years ago when they were first identified as the preferred supplier to fulfil our requirement for air freight trailer manual loading equipment. Their reputation for innovation and the delivery of ground-breaking technological advances in their field made them the first choice for this project. PML has a busy year ahead with a number of exciting initiatives planned, the investment in new trucks is just the start so watch this space!”.
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Note to editors
• PML is a family business established in 2003.
• The company is dedicated to managing the supply chain of temperature-sensitive goods and operates as an extension of its clients’ activities through a network of overseas and UK accredited agents.
• PML’s operations work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week year-round, offering a full cold chain service, ensuring that product is kept at the temperature required to avoid spoilage.
• The company operates from a 64,000 sq. ft temperature-controlled facility, making PML the largest perishable agent.
ERTS (Enhanced Remote Transit Shed) Bonded warehouse, HMRC approved – meaning that PML can hold uncleared freight in their customs bond.
• Frozen and fresh warehousing facility; real-time tracking; packing and distribution.