Hyundai Merchant Launched -60 ℃ Ultra-low Temperature Refrigeration Business

- Jan 30, 2018-

South Korea's Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) recently announced that it has started its first ultra-freezer from Busan, South Korea to Barcelona, Spain, based on its rich experience in high-tech container shipping services. Set shipping service.

 

Cryogenic Refrigerated Shipping Service means the shipment of goods at -60ºC in refrigerated containers. This service has gone beyond the limits of the temperature (-35ºC to -40ºC) of normal refrigerated containers. High-tech and technical personnel are required to provide ultra-low temperature freezer handling services because cryogenic refrigerated containers need to be kept at very low temperatures during transfer, loading and unloading. Therefore, the ultra-low temperature freezer shipping service freight transport 4-8 times higher than conventional refrigerated containers. glenflange

 

As a result of this new ultra-low temperature freezer depot service, Hyundai Merchant Shipping can provide value-added services by sea at sea for lucrative cargoes previously passed by air such as raw tuna and sea urchins. Hyundai Merchant will provide this ultra-low temperature freezer shipping service in Pusan, South Korea, Barcelona, Spain, Busan in South Korea - Shimizu in Japan and Algeciras in Spain - Yokohama in Japan.

 

Hyundai Merchant Shipping plans to further expand its high-value businesses such as ultra-low temperature freezer shipping services in order to increase business growth and profitability. Hyundai Merchant Marine officials said: "This ultra-low temperature freezer shipping service will promote Hyundai Merchant Marine's world class technology in refrigerated shipping management and will continue to provide a wide range of transport services to meet the needs of its customers." glenflange

 

In the meantime, Hyundai Merchant Marine successfully completed its pilot operation of its Reefer Container Internet of Things (IoT) technology in August last year. As a result of the Internet of Things technology, the status of the goods will be on-site inspection and management on time. The combination of blockchain and IoT technologies will also expand the coverage of the shipping industry's information system.