Freight News, Rail

DHL offers temperature-control on China rail service

[ January 23, 2014   //   ]

DHL Global Forwarding is offering a temperature-controlled option on its new China-Europe rail service. Diesel-powered reefer boxes allow internal temperature control and tracking for temperature sensitive products that traditionally were unable to use the rail corridor, during harsh winter and hot summer months that can range from above 26C to at least -17C. Customers can set optimum internal temperatures for their consignment from -25C to 25C.

The service operates from Chengdu, China to DHL’s intermodal hub in Malaszewicze and Lodz, Poland.

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