Whether you are operating a hospital, manufacturing pharmaceuticals, distributing food, or managing food service, one of your priorities is safe cold storage of your product. We ask our customers two questions:
- What do you plan to do if your walk-in cooler or freezer crashes?
- Are you prepared for the warmer weather?
Without any redundancy, you wait for the repair technician to arrive. Unfortunately, as you wait for the technician to arrive, temperatures begin to rise. You begin to experience costly product loss. Suppose that product was for a hospital or grocery store? Imagine the possible bacteria or contamination that occurs while you wait for the technician. Worse still: imagine the liabilities of distributing affected product[s].
Time to consider your backup cold storage redundancy!
Having a backup cold storage unit on site offers you the insurance policy necessary to safely continue conducting your business. The backup unit can immediately preserve your product. Moreover, the backup unit creates peace of mind for both you and your customers. Is there anything more valuable than:
- Customer satisfaction;
- Lowering your costs; and/or
- Reducing waste?
In an ideal scenario, businesses can simultaneously operate a primary and backup walk-in cooler. Of course, this requires considerable capital investment. You will also need building certificates/approvals. Additionally, you may need to purchase real estate and/or production space to accommodate the structures.
A more commercially viable alternative to consider is portable cold storage. Portable cold storage offers businesses all the benefits of refrigeration/freezer redundancy. Additionally, portable cold storage does not require any major capital investment or building certificates. Adding a portable cold storage container does not typically impact a business’s production space. They can be domiciled outside in a parking lot. Portables360 offers refrigerated or freezer containers that come in two standard sizes (20′ x 8′ x 8’6″ or 40′ x 8′ 9’6). Similar to a walk-in, these units are fully-programmable. They have the capability of maintaining temperatures ranging from -20°F to +70°F (-28C – 21C). Since the units are portable, they can be used for either short-term or long-term refrigeration/freezer solutions. Moreover, they are electric. Plus they can be positioned inside a building, at a loading dock, or grounded in a parking lot. These units operate similar to your walk-in coolers.
For more information, contact Portables360 at (844) 767-8360 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org