Reefers

Some articles on reefers, reefer:

Vestey Group - Business Origins - Shipping
... The line owned a number of refrigerated ships (Reefers), and business later expanded to countries as far apart as Egypt and China, carrying passengers in addition to various foodstuffs ... GBP in 1998, although most of the refrigerated ships were retained by Vestey's Albion Reefers subsidiary, which later merged with Hamburg Sud to form Star Reefers, finally sold off in July 2001 ...
Refrigerator Car - Timeline
... The cars were for seafood transportation, in the same manner as most other Japanese reefers ... Express (or FGE, a former subsidiary of the Armour Refrigerator Line) was formed using 4,280 reefers acquired from Armour Co ... FGE purchased 2,676 reefers from the Pennsylvania Railroad ...
Blue Star Line - Reorganisation and Decline
... of the assets, with the exception of most of the reefer ships, which were kept by the Vestey group under the name Albion Reefers, and then merged with Hamburg Süd's ... Star Reefers was sold in July 2001 to Norwegian interests, and then subsequently merged with NYK Group as NYK Star Reefers Ltd ...
Green Reefers
... Green Reefers (OSE GRR) is a Norwegian shipping company that owns 38 and operates 45 reefers (refrigerated ships) ...
Refrigerator Car - Specialized Applications - Express Service
... Express" reefers are typically employed in the transport of special perishables commodities with a refrigerated shelf life of less than seven days, such as human ... The first purpose-built express reefer emerged from the Erie Railroad Susquehanna Shops on August 1, 1886 ... lines began to build and operate their own reefers, the Railway Express Agency (REA) being by far the largest ...