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For businesses delivering perishable goods, it's important to have a dependable climate-controlled vehicle. Box trucks and vans--sometimes called "reefers"--are designed to keep deliveries at specific climate settings. For urban and short-route deliveries, insulated and refrigerated vans can be economical. Insulated box trucks and refrigeration units are designed for wholesale florists, grocery stores, retailers, and farmers who haul temperature-sensitive loads over long distances.