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Russia’s ability to transport temperature-controlled cargo in danger

Lack of reefer containers impacting seafood industry in particular

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Authorities are trying to avert a crisis by eliminating all customs duties on imported reefers, and pushing for boosted domestic production. 

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Cutting Costs and Emissions in Reefer Container Use

Rabobank spoke recently at CoolTech - a Cool Logistics event - and explore cost and emissions cutting in reefers in this article

We were privileged to hear from Rabobank at our recent CoolTech – a Cool Logistics event, held in Rotterdam in June 2022. Find out more about this cold chain technology forum here.

In this article, based on takeaways from our CoolTech event, the team at Rabobank explore cutting costs and emissions in reefer container use

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Seatrade orders four new container ships with high reefer capacity

four new container ships with high reefer capacity from China’s Huanghai Shipyard

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Antwerp-based specialist reefer owner, Seatrade, has ordered four new container ships with high reefer capacity at China’s Huanghai Shipyard for delivery from October 2023

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Yilport goes live with Reefer Runner

Successful launch of reefer monitoring operations at Puerto Bolivar, Ecuador
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IDENTEC SOLUTIONS and Yilport Holding announced the successful launch of reefer monitoring operations at Puerto Bolivar, Ecuador. It will be the first terminal of the Turkish Port Operator to implement the Reefer Runner monitoring system. The plug & play installation allows the terminal to continue its fast expansion into the most important container port on Latin America’s Pacific coast.

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Thermo King supplies Hapag-Lloyd with high performance generator sets

Hapag-Lloyd to increase operational efficiency and lower operational costs with 950 SG-5000 generator sets

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The Thermo King SG-5000 can power all ISO reefers on the market and ensures complete temperature control and protection of the refrigerated cargo. The new fleet of SG-5000 generator sets will serve in Hapag-Lloyd’s intermodal operations throughout North America.

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Carrier Transicold hits a milestone with 1.5 million refrigeration units sold

Carrier Transicold container refrigeration units help protect more than $11 billion worth of perishable food and medicine traveling around the world

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Carrier Transicold has sold over 1.5 million refrigeration units  – a major milestone. The company – a Bronze sponsor at CoolTech – a Cool Logistics event from 21-22 June at the Hilton Hotel, is a leading global provider of healthy, safe, sustainable, and intelligent building and cold chain solutions.

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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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MSC sets record for reefers in Chile

The MSC Carole vessel registered 2082 boxes, equivalent to 4,164 TEUs

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The MSC Carole vessel registered the highest shipping record of reefer containers ever carried by MSC from Chile, with 2,082 boxes, equivalent to 4,164 TEUs. The shipment included fruit and frozen products bound for the US East Coast.

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Reefer rates begin to ease

Months of challenging rates on the north Europe to Far East trade are easing

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According to Xeneta, reefer rates on the backhaul north Europe to Far East trade are finally easing. Twice as many reefer cargoes go from North Europe to the Far East compared to the other way.

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Ukraine crisis could ease reefer capacity shortages

Closure of Russia and Ukraine to imports will free up around 4.5% of capacity
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The war in Ukraine and the closure of Russia and Ukraine could free up around 4.5% of reefer capacity, reports Lloyd’s List. Carrier services to the two countries have more or less closed down, which means reefer cargoes are also not being imported. 

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