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Eugene Group plans $265m cryogenic logistic centre for vegetables

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Core Tip: In order to freeze 100,000 tonnes of vegetables and meat rapidly, South Korean conglomerate Eugene Group is planning to build the world’s first low-carbon, ultra-low temperature “cryogenic” logistics centre.
In order to freeze 100,000 tonnes of vegetables and meat rapidly, South Korean conglomerate Eugene Group is planning to build the world’s first low-carbon, ultra-low temperature “cryogenic” logistics centre.

The seven-storey, 160,000-sq-m building uses a combination of liquefied natural gas (LNG), fuel cells, batteries and solar panels to achieve temperatures below -160°C.

The gargantuan deepfreeze will be built in Pyeongtaek City, about 50km south of Seoul, at a cost of around $265m.

Once complete in December 2018, it will be able to store up to 115,000 tonnes of meat, seafood and vegetables. Distribution will be controlled by an automated control system.
 
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