Last Mile Solution
Tri-temperature Solution for Grocery Delivery
Tri-Temperature Order Fulfillment
Phononic’s solid state freezer & refrigerator totes unlock new possibilities for last mile. Easily upfit any delivery vehicle with the Phononic solution and eliminate the need for specialty temperature controlled vehicles, dry ice, or gel packs. The flexible cooling solution enables increased orders per delivery route while decreasing route complexity.
Phononic’s connected services, part of the Active Cooling SolutionsTM (ACS) Platform, provides real-time monitoring of tote operating conditions. With totes on or off power during delivery routes, customers can be assured that their orders are kept at optimal temperatures during their time on vehicle.
Phononic totes, which use just CO2 and water for coolant produce a GWP <1. When outfitted in an electric vehicle, the combination enables a completely sustainable last mile grocery delivery solution with zero emissions.
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