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reefer

(ˈrifɚ)
1. n. a refrigerator. A new reefer costs nearly $1,000!
2. and reef n. cannabis; a marijuana cigarette. (Drugs. Akin to greefo.) He had a fat reef in his hand when he was busted.
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The first trial production of these ISO standard 40 feet reefer containers were successfully delivered during the third quarter of 2015 into the Maersk Line and CMA CGM operations.
Gareth Madsen, Head of Reefer Management at UASC, said, This order for 2,000 units from Daikin will enable UASC to deliver the right level of accessibility, quality and efficiency for the carriage of frozen and chilled cargoes.
However, Drewry foresees a return to growth during 2010 for reefer trade overall, with reefer containers increasingly taking the lion's share of business.
The findings have implications for anyone in the fresh produce business who wants their environmental impact to be as small as possible," said Walter Wildrer of the 360 Quality Association of specialist reefer operators.
Innovate Logistics, one of the leading forces in the UK temperature-controlled logistics services industry, has chosen Thermo King as its sole reefer supplier.
The Smart Reefer is being used on Thermo King's MD-100 refrigeration unit for trucks.
More recently, however, controlled atmosphere (CA) technologies added refinements that have extended the shelf life of perishable products and thus expanded the types of perishables that can be shipped in reefers without spoilage.
We are currently in our 18th consecutive year as the #1 market leading reefer trailer manufacturer consistently building over half of all the reefers in North America.
By equipment type, year over year, van freight availability declined 33 percent, reefers were down 26 percent, and flatbeds dropped 54 percent.
This new service in six 2,700 teu-vessels with high reefer intake: MOL adding three vessels, APL two and HMM one .
The industry is looking for anything that will extend the life of trailers, especially reefers, and that will improve their efficiency, both energy-wise and in terms of how they manage the fleets to have maximum availability," says Tipton.
The traditional reefer trailer can cost over 200 [pounds sterling] per week and is very limited in its uses.
LauritzenCool, together with Arctic Reefers, operates a fleet of more than 90 pallet reefer vessels.
For example, on a typical journey from Puerto Rico to inland USA, reefers are continually in view.
Comparing freight volume to August 2014 by equipment type, year over year, vans declined 35 percent, reefers were down 29 percent, and flatbeds dropped 57 percent.