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Is there a wrong way to transport a Power Pack?

Is there a wrong way to transport a Power Pack? Power Packs by their very nature are mobile machines. Built within a modified shipping container they easily assimilate into any port environment for powering refrigerated cargo – large yet easily … Continue Reading

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Worn Out Power Packs Returned to Like-New Condition

Our team has the ability to re-manufacture tired, worn, or damaged power packs of any make or model. From blown engines and failed generators to damaged receptacle panels and crushed containers, we will work within your budget requirements to re-build … Continue Reading

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What’s a Mobile Reefer Yard?

The Mobile Reefer Yard What It Is Defined as an entire reefer yard in a box, this highly mobile power generation solution is designed to provide the necessary power to operate 80 to over 500+ reefer containers. Imagine an entire … Continue Reading

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How load affects Power Pack Performance

Are your reefer loading processes harming your power packs? How to properly load a Power Pack Generator In a recent survey we asked the question, ‘What is your typical practice for connecting reefer plugs to your power pack?’ Possible choices … Continue Reading

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Get more life out of your Power Pack

We can all agree that properly maintaining mechanical equipment is the key to achieving top performance and longevity from your gear. But is simply changing oil and filters enough? Power Packs, often used in remote locations, are typically started up, … Continue Reading

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How to Manage Black Exhaust Smoke

Attention to load will improve power pack performance Power packs are the life blood of most reefer cargo operations. Keeping them in top shape through regular maintenance is a necessity. Understanding load and how it affects power pack health is … Continue Reading

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Prepare for Warmer Weather Ahead

Seasonal weather changes can affect your power generation equipment. Heat is the biggest destroyer of engines. Combining excessive heat with Power Packs running in prime applications, 24/7 for weeks on end, can cause problems. Be prepared for warmer weather by … Continue Reading

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The Power to Manage Port Construction Projects

How does your team manage reefer throughput during disruptive port construction projects? Maintaining reefer throughput and achieving business financial objectives, while at the same time meeting customer expectations, can seem like an impossible juggling act. As port construction projects are … Continue Reading

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Worn Out Power Packs Returned to Like-New Condition

Since 1990 Power Pool Plus has built custom power packs to meet any need and function for the refrigerated transportation industry. Our team has earned a reputation over the years for using quality components, proven design, and experienced craftsmanship. In … Continue Reading

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How will inland ports play a role in the Post-Panamax era?

Last month Power Pool Plus attended the AAPA XXII Latin American Conference of Ports in Bogota, Colombia.  This event was well represented across the shipping industry.  Much was discussed and debated in regards to the challenges that Post-Panamax sized ships … Continue Reading

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