Vector 1850 - Still the Most Powerful, Ever More Efficient

01 May 2007

Strengthening its position as the leader in innovative heating and cooling systems, Carrier Corporation, a business unit of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE:UTX), introduces VECTOR 1850.

The VECTOR unit already dominates the high end of the European market for trailer refrigeration systems with its single and multi-temperature variants, thanks to the already-proven benefits of its patented all-electric technology.

VECTOR 1850 embodies the concept of Eco-responsibility by Carrier. It is still as powerful, but ever more efficient, allowing our customers to address their needs for low cost of ownership and respect of the cold chain whilst also respecting the environment.

With low engine emissions, optimized fuel consumption, best refrigeration containment, quiet operation and high component recyclability, VECTOR helps our customers to be environmentally responsible.

With maximum uptime, increased fuel savings, elimination of a large number of serviceable parts and high residual value, Vector’s low life-time running cost benefits our customers’ bottom line.

With unrivalled pull down and temperature control, unparalleled experience in multi-temperature, and a range of solutions for managing and monitoring cargo in transit, Vector gives our customers greater cold-chain efficiency.

“VECTOR 1850 really illustrates the Carrier concept of Eco-responsibility that has come into the forefront of our business” says Neil Taylor, Managing Director of Carrier Transicold Europe. “The improved energy efficiency on this product is outstanding, and testimony to our never-ending desire for continuous improvement”.

VECTOR 1850 is available now in single and multi-temperature versions.

CARRIER, world leader in air-conditioning and refrigeration is a subsidiary of United Technologies Corporation (NYSE:UTX), the 39th largest U.S. corporation. CARRIER TRANSICOLD EUROPE is market leader in truck & trailer refrigeration for the markets of Europe, Russia, the Middle East and Africa.