Increasing competition, combined with rising electricity and construction costs, are driving cold storage operators in the Philippines to consider adopting ammonia/CO2 systems.
German OEM TEKO sees large potential for CO2 in Southeast Asia and will take its CO2 training to Bangkok, Thailand this September.
Bitzer Australia, through its expanded training efforts, is aiming to push its CO2 technology into all market segments.
The system will deliver cooling for two cold storage areas that will be set up to handle nearly 3.5 million kilograms of kiwifruit per year.
A thought leader Q&A with Professor Toby Peters from the University of Birmingham.