"Our trailers take full advantage of the latest refrigeration technology advances. They are extremely portable and very easy to maneuver. Most importantly, they decrease overhead by 90 percent."
Ormond Beach, FL (PRWEB) September 25, 2012
Cooler Trailers recently announced that its innovative refrigerated trailers will be used in the continuing efforts to rebuild Haiti. The Clinton-Bush Initiative Group, which is behind the Clinton-Bush Haiti Fund, has played a pivotal role in the rebuilding of Haiti since the catastrophic earthquake that happened in January 2010. The trailers will be used to transport fresh fish directly to local processing plants. "We are excited to be recognized as the worldwide leader in our niche," says Tom McBride. "We're also thrilled to be playing a role in the ongoing rebuilding efforts in Haiti."
The design of the typical refrigerated van has many drawbacks, especially in an environment like Haiti. Refrigerated vans and reefer trucks are difficult to maneuver. They are also extremely expensive to operate. The efforts in Haiti are funded by donations and other non-profit organizations. Therefore, it is important to keep costs as low as possible. "The right trailer makes such a huge difference," says one employee. "Our refrigerated trailers take full advantage of the latest refrigeration technology advances. They are extremely portable and very easy to maneuver. Most importantly, they decrease overhead by 90 percent."
The Clinton-Bush Initiative Group is the latest in a long line of well-known companies and organizations that have switched to using refrigerated trailers by Cooler Trailers. A variety of Fortune 500 companies already enjoy the benefits of these uniquely designed trailers. "At first, people are sometimes skeptical about what a refrigerated trailer can do for them," says the employee. "Before long, though, they quickly see the dramatic savings and extra convenience that these trailers have to offer." Under the new deal, multiple cooler trailers will be used to enhance the efforts in Haiti, and they are expected to help cut costs significantly.
Even though the earthquake happened more than two years ago, Haiti continues to rebuild. Immediately following the event, President Barack Obama asked former presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush to work together to help the citizens of Haiti. The resulting Clinton Bush Haiti Fund has been a resounding success, and it continues to this day. Instead of using a refrigerated van to transport fish, which can be very expensive, the Clinton-Bush Initiative Group will now rely on Cooler Trailers. "We are honored," says McBride, "once folks discover our portable cooler trailer and get instant savings and results over a refrigerated van, it's an absolute hit with any company watching their bottom line."