As featured in Trailer Mag, July 2019.
With a low tare weight and thermal efficiency performance that is claimed to comfortably eclipse the competition, the new Cold Core MSC refrigerated trailer range by Bruce Rock Engineering is poised to provide worthwhile efficiency gains to operators in the temperature-controlled transport realm.
The general consensus is that Australia stands out as having among the harshest operating conditions for heavy commercial vehicles on the planet.
Taking this hypothesis one step further, it could be fairly asserted that the country’s largest and most western state plays host to every environmental extreme (except perhaps for snow) that this wide brown land has to offer.
Vast distances, high ambient temperatures, plenty of unsealed outback roads – WA has it all, and then some. And when it comes to transporting perishable goods, particularly of the chilled and frozen variety, all of these factors conspire to make life far from easy for the transporter.
Bruce Rock Engineering (BRE), has earnt a rock-solid reputation for producing a wide range of trailers for the agricultural, mining, construction and general freight sectors.
With a talented team of engineers that have mastered the art of designing light tare weight trailers that are suitably robust to handle the extreme conditions of WA, or any other state for that matter, BRE has now added another string to its bow in the form of its newly released Cold Core MSC range of refrigerated trailers.
BRE is the sole Australian distributor for Wabash National, North America’s largest trailer manufacturer, and the new Cold Core MSC range is the result of a partnership between the two companies.