IN BRIEF - Performance Team – a Maersk Company announces new cold chain facility in South Carolina
Friday, August 12, 2022
El Segundo, California: Performance Team – A Maersk Company has announced a new cold storage facility planned for Ridgeville, South Carolina to serve temperature-controlled goods, opening in Q1 2023.
The new facility will offer a strong value proposition to customers through supply chain simplification benefits, cold storage solutions, refrigerated inland trucking, blast/quick freezing, USDA meat inspections, boxing/repacking, and other value-added services.
The strong population growth near Charleston (the U.S. Southeast where Charleston is located is the fastest growing region, 25% faster than the 2nd fastest region, the West) provides much needed capacity for shippers. The new site will reach 80 million consumers within one day and 225 million consumers within two days.
The new site will comply with the company’s cold storage building sustainability standards. It will be certified LEED Gold and have rooftop solar, a CO2 cascade refrigeration system, LEDs and smart lighting, low-flow water devices, rainwater recapture, electric car charging, and use a virtual power purchase agreement for clean power to offset any grid power consumption.
The team from the MSC Spain and Portugal office will be at CONXEMAR from October 4 to 6 at stand F15.
If you are interested in sustainable fishing, have doubts about how to start a certification process or simply want to say hello, do not hesitate to visit us or contact us to set a time and day.
We also invite you to our cocktail to celebrate a year of success in collaboration with FINDUS Spain and its MSC sustainable fish range, on October 5 at 1:30 p.m. at our stand (F15). We ask you to confirm attendance.
Dutch fishing vessel ARM 18 Joris Senior struck anchored tanker Golden Daisy at Ijmuiden Anchorage, Netherlands, at around 0035 UTC Sep 29, according to Netherlands Coastguard. The 30-year old ARM 18 sustained damages, but managed to return to home port under own power.
The 2021-built, 505-foot tanker registered in Hong Kong and operated by Seacon Shipping Group of China suffered an above the waterline gash. Initial reports indicated that the tanker was leaking oil from the gash and the Coastguard dispatched airplanes and a patrol boat along with an oil spill control vessel. The investigation determined that the tanker’s portside wing tank had been holed when the vessel was struck resulting in the gash about three feet above the waterline. The authorities are reporting that a small oil leak from the tanker has been stopped while they continue to investigate.
The Coastguard’s patrol vessel Osprey is standing by the tanker which remains in the anchorage but they are reporting that the vessel is in no danger.
Seaman Paper Company, a global provider of paper-based solutions designed to reduce the proliferation of single-use plastics, has announced partnerships with leading ocean research and conservation organisations, Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium and One Ocean Foundation. Seaman Paper Company has made multi-year commitments to these organisations to fund critical research and conservation efforts while launching the “Sea the Difference” initiative to heighten awareness of the increasing risk of plastics in our oceans.
The British authorities have just closed a consultation process started in June on the creation of five highly protected marine areas. The area of Dolphin Head, in the English Channel, will affect the French high seas fleet.
With the aim of establishing a new generation of marine nature reserves with stricter regulations to allow the recovery of marine life
Chile’s seafood promotion board is targeting a very specific area of the United States in its latest campaign: its middle.
The “Chile on Board” campaign runs through 9 November in all of Giant Eagle’s 200 stores throughout the U.S. states of Indiana, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. The promoted items include fresh and frozen salmon fillets, frozen mussels, ready-to-eat salmon products
Author: Christine Blank / SeafoodSource | read the full article here
Fish farmers on the Faroe Islands could be next to face higher government taxes, it emerged today.
Bakkafrost, the country’s largest salmon farmer has issued a statement warning that administrators are working on proposals to adjust revenue taxes to reflect the recent high increases in salmon prices.
Author: Vince McDonagh / FishFarmer | read the full articlehere
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