• 'Eclipse' door seals ensures uninterrupted cold chain

    "Increase energy efficiency and significantly improve protection, safety and productivity"

    To maintain the cold chain in temperature-controlled transports - of fruit and vegetables, for example - it is important to create a seamless connection between the building and the docked vehicle at the loading point. With the 'ECLIPSE' dock shelter, Rite-Hite Ltd offers its customers an efficient…

    Tanzania: Extending fruit shelf life without refrigeration

    In Tanzania, local innovator Araika Mkulo has designed a solution for cooling fruits; it is sourced from Acacia tree and can be used to extend the shelf life of fruits and…

    New cold storage facility boosts temperature-controlled trade through Port of Savannah

    As the largest single-terminal container facility of its kind in North America and the third fastest-growing port in the nation, the Port of Savannah has faced infrastructure…

    European market demand for quick-frozen garlic and ginger from China remains strong

    Quick-frozen vegetable mixes are a common frozen product, and they often contain peppers, tomatoes, beans, and cucumber. The fresh ingredients are processed and then quickly brought to the lowest possible temperature before they are added to the quick-frozen vegetable mix. Relevant research shows that…

    Shipments grew by 23.2% in volume and by 27.7% in value

    Peruvian frozen strawberry exports increased in 2020

    Peruvian frozen strawberry exports registered a considerable increase in 2020 over the previous year. The country exported 19,957,374 kilos worth 38,123,974 dollars which is…

    New ethylene generator for narrow ripening rooms launched

    Last month, Catalytic Generators expanded its collection of ethylene ripeners by launching a new type called Auto-Ripe? Generator 2021. “We recognized the need for wall-mounted, vertical storage of ripening concentrate as well as ethylene production with a generator to better fit in tightly packed…

    Crop protection from spring frosts

    Frost-sensitive crops, especially bulbs and tubers, are now safe. Optimal leaf and product growth are unimpaired even in case of frost, because Arrigoni, an international leader in the production of technical textiles for agriculture, has developed Arricover, the bioclimatic screen that provides…

    Interko unveils Containerised Ripening Room

    Interko, a designer, manufacturer and installer of fresh fruit ripening rooms has unveiled its Containerised Ripening Room following five years of research and development in partnership with multi-national tropical fruit importer-marketer Fyffes. During that time, Interko has built, installed and tested…

    Agriculture company Vandamme opts for a quality boost with new cooling

    Edward Vandamme helped from a young age on the family business in Woumen (Diksmuide) in Belgium. Since 2013 he has been in the company together with his two uncles Bart and Filip. In the meantime, wife Annelies has also taken that step. The company focuses on non-intensive arable vegetables for the…

    Hongkong International Terminals starts remote reefer container monitoring system

    Hongkong International Terminals has launched its remote reefer container monitoring system. This enables round the clock automated remote management of all refrigerated…

    AM King begins construction on cold storage facility for Mexican-based produce distributor

    A M King has begun construction of a south Texas distribution center for Mexico-based GAB Operations, LLC (GAB). The new 45,590-sf facility, when complete, will provide increased cold storage capacity for fresh produce and will serve as a hub for the company’s U.S. and Canadian customers. The project is…

    Thermo King launches new Container Fresh & Frozen (CFF) refrigeration units

    Thermo King?, providing transport temperature control solutions and a brand of Trane Technologies, has introduced new Container Fresh & Frozen (CFF) refrigeration solutions for containers. The new Thermo King CFF reefers feature improved temperature and humidity control, lower total cost of ownership and…

    Minister Exaud Kigahe emphasizes need for cold storage facilities

    Tanzania: Government sets up strategic plan to counter post-harvest losses of fruit

    The Tanzanian government has set up a strategic plan that is aimed at encouraging the establishment of small scale industries across the country, in an effort to reduce fruit…

    Crop storage becomes more difficult as climate heats up

    Some 25% of potato chips for the US get their start in Michigan. One of the main reasons why the state produces more chipping potatoes than any other is that there, the…

    Expansion in Charleston adds additional cold storage capacity

    SC Ports celebrates Lineage Logistics facility expansion

    South Carolina Ports celebrates Lineage Logistics‘ (“Lineage”) newly expanded facility in Charleston and the enhanced cold storage capabilities it brings to customers. As the world’s largest and most innovative temperature-controlled industrial REIT and logistics solutions provider, Lineage provides…

    SAM Algeciras authorized to perform cold treatments on vegetables for export

    SAM Algeciras, Grupo Alonso's multimodal logistics platform located in the port of Algeciras is one step closer to becoming a strategic enclave for fruit and vegetable…

    BelOrta invests in vacuum cooling for lettuce

    "Vacuum cooling significantly extends the shelf life of leafy vegetables"

    Lettuce and lettuce varieties occupy an important place within the BelOrta range. BelOrta also strives to bring them from the field to the plate as fresh and high-quality as possible. Last year, BelOrta sold more than 56,000,000 lettuce and lettuce varieties, worth half of the Belgian supply. "Although…

    Intent on cutting Kenyan post-harvest losses

    Tech company Sheffield Africa builds hi-tech cold rooms

    Numbers from the Food and Agriculture Organisation indicate that in sub-Saharan Africa, between 40 and 50 percent of produce goes to waste before reaching the consumer. This…

    Storing potatoes long-term: ambient vs refrigeration

    Storing potatoes long-term is often challenging and this is especially so if there is a reliance on ambient ventilation. Even in the most favourable seasons, it is seldom…

    Bihar, India

    ‘Saptkrishi’ start-up helps farmers store their produce longer

    Bihar’s ‘Saptkrishi’ start-up is helping farmers to store their produce longer, keeping it fresh. A unique storage device developed by them -called ‘Sabzikhothi’- is housed in…

    GT USA Wilmington welcomes M/V Dole Maya on maiden call

    GT USA Wilmington, the US-based operator of the Port of Wilmington in Delaware, has welcomed the M/V DOLE MAYA on its first call at the Wilmington Marine Terminal. Built in…

    Global freight disruptions affect NZ exporters and cool store operators

    Global freight disruptions are hitting South Canterbury; cool store space is at a premium and an there remains an urgent need for containers to take primary produce to markets…

    Innovative technology preserves the properties of fresh products after defrosting

    La Unión Nice ships its first frozen vegetables from Almeria

    Last week, La Union Corp and Nice Tech shipped their new project's first truck of fresh-cut frozen fruit and vegetable products from the Cuatro Higueras district in Adra,…

    HHLA

    Port of Hamburg

    HHLA's Frucht- und Kühlzentrum has suitable handling tech for both reefer vessels and container ships

    At this point in time, reefer ships –also called banana ships- are rarely arriving in Hamburg. The goods are now mainly delivered by container. At the Port of Hamburg, HHLA's Frucht- und Kühlzentrum(FKZ) has suitable technical handling technology and ground-handling vehicles for both reefer vessels and…

    Gladstone Land acquires blueberry cooling and storage facilities in California

    Gladstone Land Corporation announced that it has acquired approximately 108,000 square feet of various cold storage and supporting facilities in Stockton, California. The…

    Container shortage causes bottlenecks, as cold stores run full and grape intakes regulated

    “We’re loading 40% of the fruit we usually do this time of year”

    For the first time ever grape growers were limited in their deliveries to cold stores as the facilities ran full of not only grapes, but also stonefruit, apples, pears, the first avocados, pomegranates and passionfruit. Not enough vessels, not enough containers, compounded by wind and fog and operational…

    MSC

    MSC reports another successful year for its reefer cargo services

    Shipping over 1.9 million refrigerated containers (also known as ‘reefer’) in 2020 alone, topping its previous record of 1.8 million in 2019, MSC continues to successfully sail the seas bringing fresh produce to consumers around the world. 2020 was another successful year for MSC’s reefer services?as we…

    Russian Association of Food Sector Organizations - ASORPS

    Logistical challenges for Uzbekistan to increase fruit and vegetable exports to Russia

    According to the Russian Association of Food Sector Organizations (ASORPS), Russia and Uzbekistan could increase trade in agricultural products by creating mutual deliveries…


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