In the 1950s, Jean CHEREAU developed the first refrigerators designed specifically for transporting perishable goods.
The brand quickly established itself with the production of insulated and then refrigerated vehicles, which were always one step ahead of official regulations and the requirements of road transport companies.
Meat, dairy products, fruits and vegetables, flowers and medicines must comply with increasingly stringent health regulations before they leave production and reach the consumer’s shelf.
The main production of CHEREAU includes the manufacture of semi-trailers (cold rooms) and refrigerated trucks. The company also manufactures other products designed for refrigerated transport, including tractor-trailers and removable bodies.
All with strong quality added value thanks to the specially patented internal and external components of CHEREAU.