Daily Archives: 23/11/2022

FoodTech sector gets ready to boom

Conventional methods of feeding humanity aren’t enough - step forward FoodTech

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The world is reaching the point where conventional methods of feeding humanity aren’t enough. Across a wide and deep spectrum, Food Technology (FoodTech) is flexing its power, with new ideas tested and successes growing in number.

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ZIM selects ORBCOMM to manage reefer fleet

ZIM can leverage the interoperability of ORBCOMM’s ReeferConnect

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ZIM has selected ORBCOMM’s fleet management platform for the remote monitoring of its reefer fleet. 

ORBCOMM’s ReeferConnect enables ZIM to gain two-way command and control of their refrigerated containers, providing location, reefer health status, climate control, geofence management, motion detection, and more

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Fresh Del Monte choose Daikin’s ZeSTIA reefer units

Fresh Del Monte choose Daikin's ZeSTIA reefer units

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Fresh Del Monte have chosen Daikin’s ZeSTIA reefer units for its busy trades between Central America and the USA. The order of 2,200 Daikin ZeSTIA reefer machinery units includes 10 that are fitted with its CA (controlled atmosphere) technology.  This is the first order for reefer machinery that Daikin has booked from Fresh Del Monte. 

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Advances in African cold chain capability

New collaboration to create cold chain centre in Rwanda to advance African cold chain

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The African Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Cooling and Cold-chain (ACES) is working with Carrier, a major global cold-chain provider, to advance cooling development and training in Africa.

Carrier will collaborate in the development of the ACES cold-chain centre in Kigali, Rwanda – providing capacity building for farmers and refrigeration technicians, skills development for students and supply chain professionals, and demonstration of best-in-class sustainable cooling technology.

The University of Birmingham plays a key role in ACES.

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