Temperature-controlled food transports pose great challenges and demand long term market experience and the know-how of our employees. With perfect technique and service as well as constant control we guarantee the scheduled delivery of your food.
- Stable transport temperatures – from pick-up to arrival at the destination
- Regular running time of 24 hours, notification until 01:00 PM on the previous day
- In the full load sector we can ensure temperatures of -28°C to +25°C
Our modernly equipped fleet enables a broad range of services and thereby offers the right solution for nearly all transport requirements. Of course, all of our vehicles are maintained frequently in our in-house workshop and thereby stand for highest reliability.
- Temperatur controlled trailers with double-deck
- Temperatur controlled with double-deck and lifting platform
- Temperatur controlled with separating wall
- Thermo trailers
- Swap body trucks, partially double-deck
- Tank trailers for food ethanol (GGVSEB – dangerous goods regulation road, rail, inland waters)
- Customs-approved measurement chamber vehicles
Our tank trailers are equipped with pumps, suitable connecting pieces and hose variants, ANA (attention button with emergency stop) system and customs seal.
We will also gladly store your products according to the latest IFS standard and HACCP concept.
FAQs - You have questions about food transport? Then please read on here!
- How is our food stored during transport?
- I want to ship sensitive goods. How is the hygiene concept and refrigeration ensured?
- How long does a food delivery take?
- I would like to complain about a food shipment. What can I do?
- Is there a minimum transport quantity?
- Do I have to mark our goods or take other precautions?
- We would like to ship alcohol. What do I have to consider?
How is our food stored during transport?
The packaged foodstuffs are handled 2 times during general cargo shipping and during this time they are in the general cargo warehouse, which is operated in accordance with the HACCP guideline. HACCP stands for "Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points" and is a hazard analysis with the aim of avoiding the possible and potential hazards in food production.
I want to ship sensitive goods. How is the hygiene concept and refrigeration ensured?
We work according to the principles of HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) and IFS (International Featured Standards). During transport, the cooling temperatures in our thermal vehicles and their progress are documented. Learn more about temperature-controlled food transports at Fritz Group here.
I would like to complain about a food shipment. What can I do?
Please call our service department at +49 (0)7131/1573-0 or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be happy to help you within the shortest possible time and solve your problem.
Do I have to mark our goods or take other precautions?
In the general cargo sector, the goods must be provided with a barcode label. We will be happy to support you with the labeling. Find out more about our services in detail here or contact the Fritz Group's food contact person: +49 69 951550-196, e-mail: email@example.com
We would like to ship alcohol. What do I have to consider?
Highly concentrated alcohol is a dangerous good. The shipment must therefore be marked with the appropriate dangerous goods note.
Do you still have questions? We will be happy to advise you without obligation. Just send us an e-mail to our division manager for cargo transport at Fritz Group, Thomas Haber (firstname.lastname@example.org). You can reach him and his colleagues by phone at +49 7131/1573-3024.
Couldn't we answer your question yet?
Then please feel free to contact us. Simply send us an e-mail at email@example.com or call us at +49 7131/1573-3024. We look forward to answering your questions!