Temperature-controlled cargo deliveries (REF)
Temperature-controlled cargo deliveries are used to transport food, medication, cosmetics, chemicals, as well as plants and seedlings.
The refrigerator provides a constant temperature
Refrigerator trucks have isothermal cargo compartments with temperature control. Depending on the outside temperature and cargo type, the temperature can be set anywhere between –25°C and +25°C. There is a range of products that can't be shipped any other way.
Depending on the cargo type, the temperature during the transportation is usually set between –18°C and +15°C.
Below you can see the temperatures for transporting certain produce:
- Frozen meat, seafood, and semi-finished products, frozen cakes, dough, yeast, margarine, ice cream, frozen vegetables: –18°C
- Chilled meat and seafood: –5°C
- Napa cabbages: –3°C to +3°C
- Mushrooms: 0°C to +2°C
- Dairy: +2°C to +4°C
- Beer: +5°C to +12°C
- Various fruits and vegetables: +1°C to +15°C
- Medication: +2°C to +6°C
Of course, the quality of the packaging is also important, but the conditions of transportation and storage can make the biggest difference for many product groups. When you choose IMG Logistics, your temperature-controlled shipments will be handled with the highest levels of professionalism and quality by our team of professionals.
Assembling isothermal cargo
Temperature-controlled shipments are loaded directly from the customer's warehouse or from our terminal. We also consolidate freight not only from Latvia, but also from Estonia and Lithuania.
Loading and deliveries in Scandinavian countries are carried out using transport of various sizes, equipped with a wide range of functionalities (forklifts, liftgate trucks).
We provide transport services from any location in the Baltic States, as long as it’s possible to reach the location with a vehicle of the appropriate load capacity.
IMG Logistics takes care of all legal formalities:
- Customs brokerage services
- Preparing the necessary import, export, and transit declarations
- Calculation and clearance of import duties
- Consolidated shipments from the Baltics to Scandinavia