CT Power

CT Power is a provider of industry-leading Carrier Transicold transport refrigeration solutions. For over 25 years, CT Power has been a leader in transport refrigeration and passenger comfort, providing a complete range of products and services. 

Our skilled and experienced team provides you with reliable products including: truck and trailer refrigeration units of all sizes and application requirements, E-Drive hybrid technology, Carrier Auxiliary Power Units, and specialized rail and container equipment. Carrier's entire family of products incorporates EcoFORWARD technologies producing ulta high efficiencies creating best in class performance delivering fuel savings, lower operating costs and compliance with 2013 EPA regulations.  

CT Power is a committed member of the Carrier Transicold dealer network, serving all of our North American customers with the best trained and equipped professional personnel. Our superior service options and technical support will keep our customer's equipment on the road and operating at peak efficiency.

CT Power strives to create a performance bond with each customer delivering products, specifications, installation, service and parts support. You can count on us to go the extra mile.

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