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reefer

1. Nautical a person who reefs, such as a midshipman
2. Slang a hand-rolled cigarette, esp one containing cannabis
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ORBCOMMs enhanced reefer management solution provides the precise temperature monitoring capabilities and records needed for compliance with the FDAs Food Safety Modernization Act regulatory requirements.
Container and reefer vessel operators and owners require huge investments and infrastructure to build and maintain reefer fleet.
21 October 2011 - Oslo-listed shipping company Star Reefers Inc (OSL:SRI) said today its third-quarter net loss widened to USD14.
The move will help the two partners to improve the quality of their services, boost operational efficiency and cut bunkers costs, Green Reefers said.
Newbuilds for specialized reefers still remain low at only 10 orders.
Container ships moving fresh produce around the globe create a third more greenhouse gas emissions than specialised reefer ships, a new study shows.
This Is a big advantage over Styrofoam, which is commonly used In other reefers.
5 knots, the new ships are about two knots faster, which should result in even better transit times and schedule integrity, said Rudy Leming, VP of Caribbean islands services, which allow customers to ship groceries, department store merchandise, building materials, refrigerated and frozen goods, household goods, vehicles and Freight of All Kinds (FAK) in a variety of equipment including 20-foot standard and 40-foot standard and high-cube containers, reefers, flat racks and other specialized equipment.
The twelve month deal was awarded to Thermo King as it met with all criteria stipulated by Innovate--to be able to provide the reefer, a telematics device to manage the assets and a contract maintenance deal for all new and existing reefers in the fleet.
To deal with the need to conserve energy, as well as other environmental impacts of truck reefers, such as eliminating diesel engine idling when parked and lowering the noise emitted by refrigeration units, manufacturers have made a number of improvements in both their trailer and straight truck coolers.
And usually the reefers are used in the northbound lanes from Latin America to move fruit, vegetables and other perishable cargoes to the big hungry populations of the United States or Europe.
Reefers can be carried alongside general, non-chilled containers, an advantage that has challenged the competitiveness of conventional, dedicated refrigerated cargo ships that lack this flexibility.