Thermo King Advancer «disruptive re-imagining of the trailer refrigeration unit», as by its official definition, has been awarded by the Project Management Institute (PMI) with the global Project Excellence Award. The latter recognizes the Advancer project team «for delivering superior performance of project management practices, superior organizational results, and positive impacts on society. Advancer offers an all-new design architecture that creates a bold new standard for performance, temperature control, fleet connectivity, superior load protection, and unmatched fuel efficiency». 

Thermo King Advancer: 30 percent reduction in CO2 emissions

On-the-road and in-use, Advancer results in a 30 percent reduction of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions compared to previous units – contributing significantly to the Trane Technologies’ Gigaton Challenge and 2030 sustainability aspirations. Indeed, Thermo King is part of Trane Technologies. The commitment aims to reduce customers’ carbon emissions by one gigaton – equivalent to the annual emissions of Italy, France and the United Kingdom combined.

«Efficient project management capabilities»

«We are pleased to see the Advancer project recognised for its excellence. At Thermo King, our team continues to bring solutions to market that give customers a new standard in transport refrigeration with breakthrough efficiency, quality, and reliability. We’re pushing innovation to its very limit so that customers can take their operations to the next level – and beyond, whilst reducing their own environmental footprint», said Francesco Incalza, president of Thermo King Europe, Middle East and Africa.

«The Advancer project is a great example of our efficient project management capabilities and our commitment to creating a positive impact for society. This is something we strive to achieve in all our projects. This award complements our earlier industry recognition  received for Advancer highlighting the best-in-class manufacturing production and engineering processes including an award for Advancer’s Carbon Neutral Manufacturing, and Engineering Endeavour», continued Mr Incalza.


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