September 19, 2013
The new lightweight BE-550 bulkhead evaporator for small to mid-size shuttle and school bus applications helps ensure passenger comfort in vehicles where headroom clearance is an issue.
July 2, 2013
The ShuttleAIRE SLR 65 rooftop HVAC units with ClimaAIRE controllers has a low-profile design and can be easily maintained; 90% of service and maintenance can be performed inside the vehicle.
April 4, 2013
Will develop and implement lean process improvement training for more than 560 employees.
September 10, 2012
The BE-550 lightweight bulkhead evaporator is ideal for small- to mid-size bus users such as transit authorities, airport shuttle services and school bus fleets. Three-speed blowers provide optimal pull-down on the evaporator to maximize passenger comfort.
March 13, 2012
In recognition of the agency's committment to operational and energy efficiency and sustainability, it will receive the “Energy Efficiency Leader Award” this week from Thermo King.
October 5, 2011
To meet customer demand for the new low-floor streetcar market, Thermo King is launching a custom mid-size HVAC unit to provide a reliable, compact and efficient solution. Engineers at Thermo King worked closely with key railcar manufacturers to produce this new unit.
September 13, 2011
All products will be manufactured in the U.S. to allow for a two-week lead time and ensure that they meet all Buy America requirements.
October 21, 2010
The event showcased company's products, with a focus on meeting new industry regulations, operational efficiency and sustainability. Key end users shared their experiences and attendees toured the company's research center.
October 12, 2010
Thermo King, which makes refrigerated trucks, trailers, railcars and freight boxes, had been operating two New England dealerships — in Boston and Hartford — which have now been combined into Thermo King Northeast under DATTCO's management.
September 30, 2010
The Slim Line Rooftop A/C unit, combines an ultra-low, lightweight rooftop design that is environmentally friendly and provides a lower refrigerant charge than conventional systems and can be installed in the middle of the bus for more uniform air flow.
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