The ideal reefer container temperature for fruit.

Have you ever noticed that the temperature differences inside a reefer are up to 2 or 3 degrees? Fix this issue with OTFLOW and keep it cool!

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Containers and reefers below deck of a container ship

What increases the temperature inside a reefer?

Many variables affect the temperature inside a refrigerated container. The 3 main factors are that the ambient temperature outside can be very high, especially around the Ecuadorian line; refrigerated containers can be placed under the deck on cargo ships, where the temperature becomes very high; often, the distribution of cold air is poor inside a refrigerated container.

OTFLOW helps to keep the temperature inside the refrigerated container more stable. This will keep your cargo safe of external variables that can affect its temperature.

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Temperature claims.

The claims because of temperature issues are 40,3% on average of all fruits. The percentage before is divided on 36% because of too high temperatures and 4,3% because of too low temperatures. The rest of the other claims sum a total of 59,7%.

This last percentage is related to the claims because of delays in shipping, any container or water damage, abnormal conditions during arrival and others.

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Claim data

On 'too high temperature' per fruit type.

  1. Mango: 57,3%
  2. Pears: 56%
  3. Oranges: 48,8%
  4. Melons: 45,7%
  5. Pineapples: 45,2%
  6. Apples: 44,8%
  7. Grapes: 43,6%
  8. Stone fruit: 39,5%
  9. Limes: 34,4%
  10. Blueberries: 32,2%
  11. Avocado 22,7%.

"The quality of the berries was visibly higher and more consistent over the entire load."

Harm Verpaalen, Cold Chain Specialist at Global Fresh Solutions

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