Freije-RSC is excited to be attending the annual Global Cold Chain Expo from June 20 – 22 in Chicago, Illinois at McCormick Place. Attendance at this show is vital to our industry in order to further our knowledge in the management of temperature-controlled systems that sustain the safety and quality of perishable products.
Nearly one-third of all food produced for human consumption is lost or wasted. That is roughly 1.3 billion tons of food, which can feed 3 billion people. Economically, that’s more than $750 billion lost every year due to food waste. Industrial refrigeration plays a vital role in eliminating this waste. By minimizing carbon emissions to the environment, it’s an important piece of our global food supply.
“When natural refrigerants like ammonia are used, the global warming contribution through direct emissions is eliminated. Ammonia is also a very efficient refrigerant, which minimizes the indirect emissions caused by electricity consumption,” says Tim Kroeger, a regional segment manager of industrial refrigeration, APA at Danfoss.
If you are attending the Global Cold Chain Expo, feel free to reach out to our team members who will be there, including Rob Ritz, director of business development. Learn how Freije-RSC is continuing to deliver value-added infrastructure services to clients, while still providing the highest level of guaranteed system quality, performance, and reliability.