Cool store brings green gains at Tauranga

Port of Tauranga

Source: Port of Tauranga

Refrigerated products such as meat, dairy products and kiwifruit are the lifeline of New Zealand’s export trades and one port is finding that it can make environmental gains while improving the supply chain for a major customer.

The Port of Tauranga has addressed an issue with its storage capacity for kiwifruit by building a new cargo shed that uses less electricity and more environmentally-friendly refrigerant than the old converted cargo shed that was used before.

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