Van, Truck, Trailer, Bus and Coach Aftermarket News in Ireland

Temperature Controlled Storage & Distribution exhibition on horizon

Organisers of the Temperature Controlled Storage & Distribution exhibition (TCS&D 2013) are warning buyers in the cold supply chain not to miss the chance to view the biggest collection of refrigerated vehicles on the UK market today when the show takes place at the Peterborough Arena on 18th and 19th September.TCSD-logo

Once again supported by both the Food Storage & Distribution Federation (FSDF) and the British Frozen Food Federation (BFFF), the show will be a golden opportunity to compare temperature-controlled trailers, rigids and panel vans from the likes of The Cartwright Group, SOMI Trailers, Gray & Adams, Chereau, Krone Trailers UK, Montracon, Paneltex, Schmitz Cargobull, Solomon Commercials, The Cold Consortium, Coolertech and Fitzgeralds Vehicle Body Builders.

Plus a wealth of other products

As well as the vehicles, visitors will see a whole host of innovative solutions for the transport and storage of chilled and frozen products. Among others, exhibits will include industrial gases from Blended Products; axles from BPW and IMS; cold store warehouses from Chalcroft Construction; refrigeration plant from Peter Staines Refrigeration and Star Refrigeration; telematics from Seven Telematics; distribution services from Chiltern Cold Storage; vehicle equipment from Commercial Body Fittings; lighting systems from Digital Lumens and Lutterworth Ecolighting; vehicle rental & contract fleet services from VMS Fleet Management; climate control systems from Eberspächer; floorin

g from Grimsby Resin Floors; industrial doors from Hörmann and Efaflex; cold stores from ISD; forklift trucks from Atlet, Jungheinrich and Toyota Material Handling; temperature-monitoring systems from Klipspringer and Elpro; refrigerated containers from Viessmann Cold Technology and Melform; GPS mapping from Verilocation; tail-lift solutions from Ratcliff Palfinger; trailer engineering and rental from Sopp & Sopp; storage systems from SSI Schaefer; automated handling solutions for cold stores from Witron; and IT solutions from Psion.

The first-ever TCS&D Awards Dinner will take place at the end of the first day of the show to recognise individuals, companies or solutions that demonstrate best practice in a range of categories in the temperature-controlled storage and distribution industry. Nominations are open at until 1 July 2013.

Follow on Twitter

Visitors and exhibitors can get the latest news on the exhibition and dinner by following @TCSDShow on Twitter and by signing up to the ‘TCS&D and Frozen & Chilled Foods Exhibition Group’ on LinkedIn.