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Frigo and FRoSTA are testing a new electric car

Frigo i FRoSTA testują nowy samochód elektryczny
  • Tests of the new vehicle include the transport of frozen products on the Bydgoszcz-Żnin line, i.e. directly from the manufacturer's factory to the Frigo Logistics freezer warehouse, as well as on the Żnin-Bydgoszcz route.
  • The aim is to test the vehicle on medium-range routes and verify the functionalities offered by the truck.

The Mercedes eActros 300 LS is equipped with a high-voltage RE440 drive axle, assistance systems that increase safety, including: lane keeping assistant, tilt control, tire pressure monitoring system, multimedia cockpit and intelligent charging system ensuring an intuitive process.

Frigo will develop its fleet towards electromobility

– A reliable fleet is the basis of our business, which is why we invest in its development. We test new solutions available on the market, where electric vehicles are increasingly entering the market. We will develop our fleet towards electromobility, choosing solutions tailored to our needs and those of our business partners. This is why we are currently testing a new model of electric Mercedes together with our long-term partner – FRoSTA. Such solutions are a step towards reducing the carbon footprint and introducing pro-environmental solutions. This aspect of the business is important both for us and our clients – explains Krzysztof Pawlik, managing director for transport at Frigo Logistics.

– Participation in electric car tests is another step for FRoSTA on the way to achieving strategic goals for environmental protection and reducing the carbon footprint. Additionally, thanks to cooperation with Frigo Logistics, a partner known for its experience and open to introducing innovative solutions, we can thoroughly learn about the challenges and benefits related to the electrification of transport, both in terms of planning and infrastructure – says Paweł Wojciechowski, Commercial Director for Poland and Central Europe, FROST.

As part of the Frigo Logistics fleet development plan and investment in new vehicles, the company also plans to carry out further tests, including: semi-trailers. Final decisions related to the purchase of new vehicles, including electric vehicles, are tentatively planned for the second half of the year, after all planned tests are completed.

Frigo Logistics is a logistics operator for food products requiring controlled temperature. The company specializes in the distribution, transport and storage of frozen products, as well as in the dry, fresh and liquid categories of food products. The company provides international sea, air and rail freight services. Frigo Logistics currently exclusively serves seven retail chains operating on the Polish market and a group of approximately eighty producers offering food products. The operator delivers products requiring controlled temperatures to over 4,500 points throughout Poland.

Frigo Logistics has ten locations: in Żnin, Błonie near Warsaw, Radomsko, Czeladź, Żdżary near Szczecin, Lublin and (after taking over the transport company ARMIR) in Oborniki Wielkopolskie, Wrocław, Mysłowice and Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki. In total, it employs approximately 550 employees.

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