Innovation & Development
in refrigerated transport

Refrigerated transport in the future

Innovations to deliver future solutions

What will refrigerated transport look like in the future? How can we anticipate and respond to regulatory progress and new environmental concerns? We know that the future of refrigerated transport begins today, so through its innovation, Petit Forestier is able to offer you the solutions of the future today.

Eco-friendly Range

To help the environment, Petit Forestier offers refrigerated vehicles that meet Euro 6 emission standards. Alternative energy vehicles are also part of our fleet. Working with its partners and suppliers, Petit Forestier also rents vehicles and refrigeration units that are 100% electric or powered by natural gas.

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Certicold Pharma-approved vehicles

Certicold Pharma is recognised in the UK and Europe and by holding this certification, Petit Forestier is already ahead of the regulatory changes - another demonstration of its know-how and service level.

Certicold Pharma goes farther than the current ATP regulations (agreement on the carriage of perishable foodstuffs and the special equipment used for such carriage). This certification is a response to the real needs of professionals who transport pharmaceuticals in terms of preserving the cold chain, respecting the environment, managing energy consumption and meeting sanitary requirements.

All Petit Forestier vehicles can be certified Certicold Pharma upon request.

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Eco-friendly driving course

Eco-driving is a course offered by Petit Forestier that aims to optimise vehicle use, drive down the costs associated with accidents and reduce environmental impact. It brings benefits for the environment, the company and the driver.

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