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Maersk adds 12,900 PrimeLINE® units
The order is among the largest ever placed for PrimeLINE units. The units are being installed on 40-foot high-cube containers for replacement and expansion of Maersk’s refrigerated container fleet. The PrimeLINE unit’s exceptional energy efficiency will help Maersk Line move toward its 2020 target for improving carbon dioxide efficiency by 30 percent, relative to a 2010 baseline.
The PrimeLINE unit has been meeting Maersk Line’s stringent total cost of ownership requirements since it was first introduced into the fleet in 2007. The units make significant operational and environmental improvements by reducing shipboard energy production requirements and associated greenhouse gas emissions. Including prior purchases, Maersk Line’s PrimeLINE units, in normal operating modes, are expected to save enough energy over their lifetimes to eliminate more than 1.6 million tons of carbon dioxide-equivalent emissions relative to industry average. That’s equivalent to removing nearly 27,000 cars from the road over the same period.
The PrimeLINE unit is also known for best-in-class pulldown among all container refrigeration units, as well as best deep-frozen capability among those that use non-ozone-depleting R-134a. No other container refrigeration unit provides dehumidification capability lower than the PrimeLINE unit, and none can achieve 50 percent relative humidity as efficiently.
For more information visit www.carrier.com/container.
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