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Transporting fruits and vegetables (F&V) represents a real logistics challenge. In fact the differences in their composition and in their origin and harvesting generate diverse and varied needs as regards keeping them cool.
Self-contained cooling is a term you often hear used to talk about an independent cold source that operates without any additional energy input (mains power supply, battery, fuel, etc.). The cold is transferred by natural convection. No fans are necessary.
Since 2020 the food retail sector has seen a real upheaval fuelled mainly by two things: changing consumer habits and changes in delivery methods. So why are we seeing such a reluctance to expand the chilled goods offered on online shopping platforms ? Below we try to throw some light on the different issues involved in selling chilled goods online.
Warehousing, picking and package preparation are the logistics activities where workers are most at risk of MSDs: delivery receivers, order pickers, machine maintenance technicians, vehicle loaders and forklift truck drivers are all on the front line. To what extent is it necessary to be extra-vigilant in a naturally hostile work environment ?
At the heart of all conversation : the robotization of warehouse.
From storage to organizing the transport of heat-sensitive goods, automation can be deployed at various levels depending on the customer’s business model.
Starting a new activity in the food distribution sector requires a minimum of knowledge about hygiene, food safety and the regulations. It is therefore essential to think about food refrigeration, which will vary according to the products to be conserved.
Combating noise pollution, drastically reducing air pollution and the need to reduce urban congestion are the issues currently guiding and hardening cities’ policies, and this is having a considerable impact on modes of delivery.
The right temperature must be maintained at every stage: storage, transport and distribution. Take a tour of the main prerequisites listed in the Guidelines on Good Distribution Practice of medicinal products.
With its experience in the logistics of cold industrial products at -80 ° C, OLIVO has been offering cutting-edge isothermal technology for more than 60 years. Thus, for more than 12 days and without any external intervention, OLIVO containers can transport and store heat-sensitive products at a temperature below -75 ° C.