Disadvantages of conventional logistics: Refrigerated trucks have disadvantages including too high freights, insufficiently low temperatures, short cold preservation periods, and one-off packages.

Dry ice cold chain, a new trend of logistics! – Three advantages make it the trade leader.

  • Highly economical logistics mode

  • Distribution is realized with help of low-temperature incubators which can be handled by common vehicles too, thus cutting down the logistics cost, completely overthrowing the logistics mode of refrigerated trucks, meeting the need of the low-temperature distribution of products of small quantities, and reducing the operation costs of clients. The cold retention efficiency of dry ice is 1.5 times of that of water ice. After heat absorption, dry ice changes into CO2 gas and leaves no residues or peculiar smells. Furthermore, dry ice is not toxic but sterilizing.

  • Highly environment-friendly logistics mode

  • Dry ice at -78。C cools by direct gasification to absorb heat. The refrigerating unit of a common refrigerated truck consumes two to four liters of oil per one hundred kilometers, increasing the tail gas emission by more than 30%. However, transport using dry ice can reduce more than 30% of tail gas emission and oil consumption.

  • Highly extensive applications

  • Transport using dry ice is particularly suitable for low-temperature air transport because dry ice saves space, has a cooling effect incomparable for water ice, and avoids the trouble of replacement. Usually, dry ice is used for storing, freezing and transporting food, biological medicines, living cell samples, bio-enzymes, agents, etc.