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    Insulation vs heating and cooling systems for your tank container

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    Operators across various sectors – from food and beverage to chemical and pharma – need tank container systems equipped with heating and/or cooling capabilities in order to keep goods at an optimal temperature during storage and transport. Many assume this can only be achieved via the integration of electric heating/cooling units, when in fact there is also the option of building in insulation into the tank container itself, to remove the need for external units and power supply. Which option is the right one for your operations depends on a number of factors, presented here in our white paper.

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