TRU Technology Spotlight: TRU-ly the Best

Since 2007, Schmitz Cargobull has firmly established itself as a resourceful leader in transport refrigeration unit (TRU) technology throughout Europe. The company’s TRU innovations have been road- tested through the most extreme conditions across the continent—and with more than 30,000 units on the road today, they have a proven track record of success.

Utility Trailer is proud to be the exclusive distributor of Cargobull North America’s latest TRU products on its 3000R reefer trailers. Combined with Utility’s proven innovations, dedicated focus on safety, and its powerful dealer network, TRU technology is primed to take a giant leap forward in North America.

The exciting, state-of-the-art debut lineup includes:

  • 625 Hybrid – Mono (Single-Temperature) Hybrid TRU
  • 655MT Hybrid – Multi-Temp Hybrid TRU




Lowering emissions through sustainable technology is already a priority and quickly becoming a driving force in the refrigerated trailer industry as US states continue to tighten regulations.  Cargobull North America’s existing TRU technology already meets California’s emissions standards for 2030. It’s also compliant with the California Air Resources Board’s (CARB) ultra-low emission TRU (ULETRU) regulations without the use of a problematic diesel particulate filter (DPF) or exhaust gas recirculation valve. And because the units can be plugged in at a loading dock, emissions are lowered while cooling efficiencies are maximized.

Another competitive advantage stems from leveraging a smaller, reliable Hatz industrial diesel engine with fuel-sipping common rail injection—combining the industry’s most-reliable engine with the lowest-possible fuel consumption.

The hybrid powertrain directly couples the diesel engine and generator for further reliability with no need for drive belt or clutch maintenance. Fully embedded shore power from the hybrid powertrain also completely eliminates local diesel emissions. Lastly, all noise- dampening options come standard for quieter loading docks and the quietest diesel operation available in North America.








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