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Lineage Logistics opens superhub in Peterborough, England

71,000 pallet capacity coldstore opens in Peterborough, England

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The 71,000 pallet capacity coldstore will serve retail and foodservice customers using some of the world’s most sophisticated automation and refrigeration technology, helping to reduce energy consumption and the environmental impact of food distribution.

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Japanese companies developing wine temperature and humidity monitoring service

Development of a temperature and humidity control service using sensor tags

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Innolux Japan Co Ltd, ENJI Corporation, Cold storage Japan, Inc and NGK Insulators Ltd have started development of a temperature and humidity control service using sensor tags to visualize the environment while transporting and storing wine

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PSA & ONE use reclaimed refrigerant gas from reefer containers

PSA Corporation Ltd (PSA) and Ocean Network Express Pte. Ltd (ONE) collaborate on sustainability issues

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PSA and ONE are collaborating on a number of sustainability issues. The two organisations have announced that they have successfully reclaimed refrigerant gas from reefer containers.

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CoolTech from Cool Logistics – THE future technology event

CoolTech from Cool Logistics is THE future technology event you don't want to miss this June!

Over two days CoolTech will help you evaluate the advances of technology in the cold supply chain, and how this can aid your business; exploring the latest technological innovations and the advancing roles of digitalisation, data, automation and sustainability.

You’ll hear exciting developments from new technology innovators such as Optimiz and OTTFLOW, and from established industry leaders such as TIVE, Daikin, Carrier Transicold and Emerson to name but a few, who will share the current and emerging landscape of global reefer cold chain technology and operations..

Presented in collaboration with the Port of Rotterdam, CoolTech will bring together tech users and buyers, tech entrepreneurs, developers and investors, as well as educators and researchers, all with a keen interest in the latest tech trends.  Giving delegates access to executives from across the cold supply chain who are investing in, developing and delivering solutions and technology.

Speakers include: 

Mark Bennett, President –  Sun Intermodal

Matthew Holland, Director of Sales UK, Ireland and Nordic – TIVE Inc.

Reiner Jedermann, IMSAS Institute for Microsensors – University of Bremen

Alan Peart, Telematics Sales Manager – Container Refrigeration, Carrier

Hans-Willem Van Der Waal,  CEO – Agrofair

Kim Winter,  Founder and CEO – Logistics Executive Group

Book your place today here and save EURO 200 until 3 May 

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Refrigerated Transport Electronics tops 70,000 terminal-based reefer points

Leading reefer monitoring supplier now counts over 70,000 terminal-based reefer points monitored globally

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Although the company does not disclose its customers, it is widely believed that they include some of the world’s largest transhipment hubs.  70,000 terminal-based reefer points across the globe is an impressive number given that ports typically host 2,500 to 3,000 points.  

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Hapag-Lloyd equips all its containers with tracking devices

The move follows fitting its entire reefer fleet with monitoring devices in 2019

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The company fitted its entire reefer container fleet with real-time monitoring in 2019. Now it will install newly developed devices to all standard containers of its 3m teu fleet. This is seen as significant advance for liner shipping supply chain visibility.

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Europe’s first end-to-end LoRaWAN based cargo temperature monitoring service

Port of Antwerp, Foodcareplus, Dockflow, and TrakAssure announce a service offering cargo temperature condition monitoring

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Europe’s first end-to-end LoRaWAN based cargo temperature monitoring service has been announced by Port of Antwerp, foodcareplus, Dockflow, and TrakAssure. The solution utilises existing LoRaWAN infrastructure at the port.  TrakAssure monitors are installed at the port at load location and data streams into Dockflow’s servers via API. This allows it to be shared with relevant stakeholders in the cold chain.

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Thermo King launches Precedent trailer fridge

Thermo King has launched its Precedent S-750i trailer fridge for long-haul and local food distribution

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Thermo King has launched its Precedent S-750i trailer fridge for long-haul and local food distribution in the US. The Precedent S-750i uses the S-Series engine that meets current and proposed California Air Resources Board Ultra-Low Emission Transport Refrigeration Unit emissions without the use of a diesel particulate filter.

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Tesco and Marshall Fleet Solutions initiative puts 100% solar powered refrigerated units on the road

The first 100% solar powered trailers fitted with the Titan system from Marshall are now on the road

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Joint initiative between two Cold Chain Federation members Tesco and Marshall Fleet Solutions puts 100% solar powered refrigerated units on the road, reports the UK’s Cold Chain Federation. The first trailers are already on the road and servicing Tesco’s distribution centres.

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Frozen berries

NewCold’s new site will soon be Europe’s largest ‘deep freeze’

NewCold's new store will meet growing demand from the food manufacturing sector
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The new cold store in Corby, Northamptonshire (UK) is built on former steelworks and is due to open within months. It will meet growing demand from the food manufacturing sector according to Ross Hunter, supply chain director at NewCold. 

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