Carrier Commercial Refrigeration

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Carrier's transport and commercial refrigeration and food service equipment businesses play a vital role in the protection and preservation of our global food supply and other perishables, such as medicine, blood plasma and even flowers. Serving the food retail, food service, beverage, medical and floral industries, our commercial refrigeration solutions are built on next-generation technologies with a diligent focus on safety and integrity of our customers’ products.

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