SeaCube is setting a new course for intermodal transportation equipment.
As the largest purchaser and lessor of refrigerated containers in the world, SeaCube offers innovative intermodal services by incorporating technology, sustainable solutions and top-of-the-line equipment to meet a variety of specific customer requirements.
SeaCube is a global leader in intermodal equipment leasing with a comprehensive fleet that consists of over 700,000 refrigerated containers, dry containers and gensets. With a global footprint to service all major regions, SeaCube offers services at over 200 depots worldwide, with a total asset fleet valued over $3 billion.
SeaCube is constantly striving to deliver world-class solutions for the intermodal transportation global community and is recognized as a leader in providing environmentally friendly equipment that reduces customers’ carbon footprint. In 2018, SeaCube partnered with Carrier Transicold to deliver the next generation of reefer solutions. The first and only technology of its kind, the innovative NaturaLINE reefer unit uses CO2 in place of conventional synthetic refrigerants to deliver sustainability and efficiency.
SeaCube is also the first intermodal equipment leasing company to incorporate Carrier’s Lynx Fleet solution into its fleet. With an initial installment of 2,000 units, the Lynx Fleet solution will soon be included in all SeaCube Carrier reefers. The Lynx Fleet includes proprietary technology that monitors reefer unit performance and provides early warning actionable diagnostics and predictive analytics down to the level of the machine’s components. Carrier’s Lynx Fleet system will provide much more detailed machine performance analysis capabilities compared to other telematics platforms.
Committed to meeting the needs of its customers, SeaCube has broad strength and expertise in innovative financing and logistics to create and structure tailored purchase and leasing arrangements that will best serve their customers’ strategic business objectives.
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