Sainsbury's becomes first company to use naturally refrigerated trucks

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Sainsbury's becomes first company to use naturally refrigerated trucks

Initial delivery makes supermarket first company in the world to use the prototype technology, which uses only CO2 refrigerant

Sainsbury's has become the world's first company to purchase a prototype natural refrigerant truck, in a bid to curb emissions from its haulage operations. The working trailer unit, which is made by...

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