Cold store operations are one of the toughest material handling challenges. Not only do the sub-zero temperatures affect your trucks’ battery capacity, electronics, lubrication, bodywork and drivers’ ability to operate the truck, the need for high storage density can reduce selectivity and throughput. However, working with UniCarriers will help you design your cold store operation and fork lift truck fleet to deliver the highest operational output.

To ensure efficient operation, our state-of-the-art heated cold store cabins and the industry’s most ergonomic working environment combine for optimum performance during the whole shift. UniCarriers cold store operations mean 100% efficiency in all environments, including cold stores with temperatures down to -35°C. Our cold store trucks are supplied with all the UniCarriers benefits – including service, fleet information, health & safety, training, equipment and financing.

UniCarriers has been supplying trucks into the frozen sector for over 50 years and is a member of both the Food Storage and Distribution Federation (FSDF) and the British Frozen Food Federation (BFFF). All our electrically powered warehouse trucks are available in cold store variants – from pallet trucks and stackers, to reach trucks and VNA (Very Narrow Aisle) trucks – and we work closely with cold store customers to help them to anticipate and overcome the associated problems.

Visit us at TCS&D on the 13th and 14th of September, stand F42G, to discuss your cold storage requirements or to find your cold store solution, please contact us at sales-marketinguk@ or telephone 01844 215501.


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