Temperature Controlled Shipping
Sometimes it’s hot outside. Sometimes it’s freezing cold. Sometimes it’s both hot and cold during the same day, especially if you’re driving from the desert floor up and over a mountain range. Some products can withstand these fluctuations in temperature, but many can’t. Pharmaceuticals, produce, and food all need to be transported at specific temperatures. And now that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has instituted the rule on Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food as part of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), it’s more important than ever to choose the right vehicles for your shipping needs.
We can do that for you. We’ll make sure that your shipments are handled correctly, from load-in to delivery. Have a particularly temperature-sensitive shipment? We’ll locate and utilize temperature-controlled docks so your shipment is never exposed to the elements. Want to use dry ice for a cool temperature load? We have the hazardous material certification and expertise to make that happen (dry ice is considered hazardous during transportation).
Temperature Controlled Shipping Freight Broker
Why use special transportation for unique freight challenges? We use temperature-controlled docks and shipping, including dry ice for cool temperature loads, to keep your sensitive items safe. When you use Next Exit Logistics as your freight broker, you can keep your cool effortlessly, knowing that we’re taking care of all your temperature concerns.