Keep It Cool

July 2014
Food Logistics;Jul2014, Issue 158, p30
The article offers information on various companies that use efficient technology to improve the global warehousing industry. 3PL provider Preferred Refrigeration Services (PFS) in New Jersey builds high-speed doors for warehouse facilities to improve efficiency. Ukraine's Myronivsky Hliboproduct (MHP) has an automated frozen storage warehouse. RFID temperature tags are used by supermarket chain Hy-Vee to monitor perishable food.


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