708-223-0984     1930 George Street, Melrose Park, IL 60160

  Refreigerator trucks can be ice-cooled, equipped with  any one of a variety of mechanical refreigeration systems powered by small displacement diesel engines, or utilize carbon dioxide (either as dry Ice or in liquid form) as a cooling, agent. The transport refrigeration sector Is a significant user of HFCs. The majority of transport refrigeration is for road vehicles including vans, trucks and trailers. The refrigerated transport sector also Includes shipping containers and specialized systems used for rail freight, ships and aircraft.
When your transportation equipment meets the demands of service with reliability and efficiency, contributes to your profitability.


      Earning your commercial driver’s license (CDL) allows you to pursue a wide variety of job opportunities. For new truckers, driving a refrigerated truck, also called a reefer, is one of the most common options. The majority of reefer trucks transport food, although other temperature-sensitive items may also be hauled in these vehicles. The pay is competitive and qualified drivers are in the high demand.
Some of the benefits of driving a refrigerated truck include:
Higher Pay
The majority of long-haul trucking jobs pay per mile, and the rate will depend on driver experience, the type of freight, and other factors. Refrigerated hauls involve additional responsibilities such as temperature monitoring so they typically pay more to compensate for these duties.
Stable Demand
Food transport is essential year-round so there aren’t typically seasonal variations in the demand for refrigerated drivers. Fresh food also isn’t influenced by the economy in the same way as other types of freight. This means that even in hard times, reefer drivers are still needed.


      VV Logistics Solutions refrigerated drivers can spend more days over the road if they choose because the average reefer length of haul is 750 miles. We can help create the right schedule to meet your and your family’s financial and hometime needs.
Driving at VV Logistics Solutions isn’t just about being part of the trucking industry; it’s about being part of a family. Even though our drivers spend most of their time on the road, we have created a tight-knit and inviting work culture where every employee feels at home.
VV Logistics Solutions driver turnover is less than the industry average, in large part due to our culture. Whether it’s your first day or you’ve been here since the doors opened, you will know that VV Logistics Solution is committed to every team member's success.
A key characteristic of our unique culture is our drivers' ability to meet face-to-face with any of our managers and team members. Drivers to form successful relationships with everyone they interact with, so no matter where they are, it feels like home. Call us today and start driving for the best company in the world.