Cold Storage

Cold storage facilities play a critical role in many industries, from food and beverage to pharmaceutical, logistics and more. Cold storage facilities are in constant conflict with energy losses and rising energy costs. Cost of power represents one of the highest operating expenses, second only labour costs. 

With the growth in frozen food consumption, population, online shopping, and retailers buying direct from manufacturers, a shift toward larger, multi-story cold storage facilities will soon be the norm in Australia.

With increased demand comes greater company responsibilities. Cold storage facilities are continually studying for ways to solve cold storage problems and energy losses.

These problems consist of:

  • Condensation build-up, mould, mildew and microbial growth.
  • Inadequate sealing properties of their doors, docks and docking areas.
  • Maintaining cold chain integrity from the point of origin to the consumer.
  • Ever-changing Australian regulatory compliance.

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