Poultry Transport in Kuala Lumpur & Selangor
Most of our customers request us to transport food related products and poultry transport is one of our most popular services. We specialise in refrigerated trucks rental industry and business for many years. We can provide stress free and on-demand poultry transport service and contract based poultry transport service.
Before transporting poultry and other animal meat or bird products such as chickens, the chickens are slaughtered under a strict environment and then immediately cooled down after being slaughtered in an environment of 0°C to 4°C. After it will go through ozone sterilisation and other fresh-keeping treatments.
During the storage, transportation and sales, the poultry product are all stored at temperature between 0°C to 4°C. Poultry and livestock products should be handled with care while unloading and unloading should be handle as soon as possible using the proper equipment upon arrival at destination location.
Chilled birds or chickens have a short shelf life of only 7 days and therefore the preservation requirements are also higher. If the transportation and storage conditions are not in the 0°C to 4°C control environment, the quality of chicken may be affected. The taste and nutrition of chilled chickens is no worse than that of chickens that are slaughtered or even better.
The frozen chickens have a storage condition of -18°C to -35°C. After the chicken is slaughtered, it is quickly cooled to freeze and stored at -18°C to -35°C. If frozen chickens are frozen at ultra-low temperature, the nutrition and taste of the chicken can be maintained to the maximum. The shelf life is generally about one year.
Frozen chickens have the advantage of long shelf life and easy preservation. In terms of nutrition, the taste of frozen chickens is slightly worse than that of chilled chickens.
Please try to pay attention when handling and thawing frozen chickens and animals. It is best to thaw them quickly. This will minimise the loss of fluid and water in the cells of the chicken and thus it will taste better and also good for your health.
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We Provide Cold Truck Transport For The Following Food Items:
What is the recommended temperature to transport poultry products on the road for long distance?
For transporting frozen poultry for long distance, it is recommended to set at -18 °C or below for easy preservation and maintain the quality.
What happens after I have submitted my enquiry?
Our customer service representative will reply your request within a few working hours to find out more about the refrigerated truck transportation, moving or packing services that you require and arrange for a site visit, if required. Subsequently, once you have confirmed out service, we will issue you with an invoice attached within 1 or 2 working days.
What happens if I am not satisfied with the result?
What are my payment options?
We accept only bank transfers or cheques at the moment. At least 50% deposit is required prior to the scheduled move date. Final payment is to be made prior to the service commence on the move day. For Purchase Order arrangement, payment is due within 30 days from the date of invoice.
Our Happy Customers
“As a wholesale poultry supplier, I look for higher quality standards in efficient and prompt delivery. So far Frio Solutions PLT has never failed me. Thanks for your support.” – Mr Wu, Sales Directory
“Very pleased! Great job and excellent customer service. Will definitely recommend to any supplier looking for delivery of their poultry products!” – Cik Farah, Director
“Amazing job! We had a shipment that needed delivery of our poultry products on same day and Frio Solutions PLT managed to meet our tight datelines. Our customers were totally satisfied. I will use their service again in future.” – Mr Gan, Operation Head