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Fresh box of produce delivered to customer
Logistics experts and carriers have spent decades trying to get perishable goods from one location to another while maintaining freshness. In this article, we'll explain how to send fresh goods to your customers using temperature-controlled shipping. We'll also explore the unique needs of different food and produce items to help you make the best choice for your goods.

Temperature controlled freight truck on a freeway with trees and mountain landscape
Temperature controlled shipping, in the most basic terms, is the transport of goods that are sensitive to climate conditions. You want your produce fresh, your flowers blooming and your chocolate only melting in your mouth, right? Those items require special handling and storage during transport to maintain stable temperatures from dock to dock. 

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