Strategic Markets


Temperature Controlled Distribution

Advance has a strong presence and profile in the Temperature Controlled Distribution sector. What is critically important about hauling frozen foods is the transport temperature must always be below -18°C. The ATP sets temperatures for each food group (+6° C for meat, +6° C for dairy products, -18°C for frozen foods, -20° C for ice-cream). 

Here is an overview of the range of assets and funding terms we are able to manage:

  • Refrigerated Trailers Single, Dual or Multi-Temperature 13.6M 33-Pallet Standard, Double Deck, Meat Hangers and Poultry configurations – New and Used up to 12 Years Old
  • Shorter Length ‘CITY’ / Command Steer Trailers with Thermal, Hybrid or Electric Units for Urban Usage – New and Used up to 12 Years Old
  • All configurations of Tractor Units 6×2/4×2 – New and Used up to 12 Years Old 
  • Refrigerated GRP Rigid Vehicles including Drawbar vehicles from 3.5 to 26 tonne GVW – New and Used up to 12 Years Old
  • Refrigerated Panel Van Conversions inc Electric Standby Refrigerated Units – New and Used up to 7 Years Old
  • Commercial Cold Stores & Blast Freezers Temperature range from -10ºC to +60ºC, up to 45ft with standard ISO shipping container doors – New and Used up to 12 Years Old

We add value by cost-effective funding as we look to maximise the period by ammortising the whole-cost with the asset-life. To illustrate, we finance Trailer and Cold Store assets for up to 7 years in the primary period and then fund a further 5 years for the cost of a midlife refurbishment to prolong the asset-life.

To find out how Advance Finance & Leasing could make a positive difference to your industry-specific capital expenditure plans, please get in touch at

Strategic Markets


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