Schneider gathers best practices on how to protect freight from extreme temperatures
GREEN BAY, Wis. – Schneider is offering its expertise to help road and rail shippers protect their freight from chilly winter temperatures.
Along with other industry experts, Schneider, a North American provider of truckload, intermodal and logistics services, has amassed a list of best practices to help prevent freight from freezing (or, during hot summer days, thawing and spoiling) titled ‘5 Ways to Protect Your Freight from Extreme Heat and Cold on Rail or Road.’
“When it comes to temperature protection, Schneider is well equipped to handle the varying climates of North America at any point in the year,” said Craig Paulsen, vice-president of sales and marketing for Schneider’s intermodal division. “Our goal in creating these best practices is to coach shippers on the steps and methods they can put into practice immediately to protect their freight from extreme temperatures.”
Schneider says the document includes a ‘quick-read proven methods’ to protect from severe temperatures on either end of the thermometer. A more in-depth white paper is also available.
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