Carrier Commercial Refrigeration Sustainable CO2 Refrigeration Systems Now Available in North America

Date: 02 May 2024
Carrier Commercial Refrigeration Sustainable CO2 Refrigeration Systems Now Available in North America
Carrier Commercial Refrigeration, a leading supplier of high-efficiency refrigeration systems and services in the food retail and cold storage industries, is expanding its environmentally sustainable, carbon dioxide (CO2) mechanical systems into North America. With customers in more than 35 countries across the EMEA and APAC regions and a proven track record of delivering more than 20,000 refrigeration systems in Europe, the business is leveraging its extensive industry experience and know-how to support customers across the new geography.

“Since 2004, Carrier Commercial Refrigeration has been a segment leader in using CO2 natural refrigerant in mechanical refrigeration systems to drive down energy usage and costs for our customers, while also yielding attractive sustainability benefits,” said Jimmy Washington, Managing Director, North America, Carrier Commercial Refrigeration. “We’re energized and eager to bring this innovative technology to North America to help create a more sustainable future for people and our planet.”

Carrier Commercial Refrigeration is offering its technology to a wide range of verticals in North America, with a strong focus on industrial applications, food and grocery retail and convenience stores. The current available product range includes CO2 compressor racks and heat pumps for mechanical refrigeration systems with plans to offer condensing units in the coming months. The company’s custom solutions are also backed by ongoing support to ensure the systems operate at peak performance throughout their lifespan.

Carrier Commercial Refrigeration will participate in the ATMOsphere America Summit 2024 on June 10-11 at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C. The event gathers key industry experts, policy makers, end users and contractors to learn about the latest developments in refrigeration solutions.
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