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Article. Energy in fokus - from Kyoto to Copenhagen. - AgroTech

carbon footprint

CC Container, has contributed to a reduction

in CO2 emissions long before climate

changes became a global concern.

From February 2010, all CC Containers

will be equipped with RFID tags (Radio

Frequency IDentification). Using RFID for

Track & Trace further improves logistics,

leading to even larger CO2 – and cost

savings in the future.

More information:

www.container-centralen.com

www.cc-rfid.com

This is how the CC Container

reduces the carbon footprint

in horticultural transportation

• Since the CC Container is a returnable transport item, continuous production

and waste of disposable packaging are avoided.

• The introduction of RFID on CC Containers in 2010 will optimise logistics and

thus reduce CO 2 emissions further.

• The CC Container has been developed to utilise all available space in cooled /

traditional “flower” trucks to avoid transportation of “air”.

• CC Containers can be exchanged full for empty and vice versa in the CC Pool

System, and therefore don’t have to travel empty over long distances.

• Container Centralen also ensures that the trucks don’t travel empty on their

return trips. Average utilisation of truck space on CC controlled transportation

of CC Containers is about 97% (including empty trucks in transit), versus the

Danish average of only 38% (source: A recent analysis published by e.g.: http://

www.dr.dk).

• Whenever empty CC Containers have to be transported, they can be condensed

to a fraction of their loaded volume (1/10).

• New CC Containers are loaded for the first time already in their country of origin

for their maiden voyage – so right from the start they don’t travel empty.

Complete horticultural

engineering

Wilk van der Sande is specialised in heating, greenhouse cooling, electrical engineering, irrigation

and closed greenhouses. Wilk van der Sande is a very innovative company, continuously

developing new solutions for improved energy saving systems. You will nd no other supplier

with such vast expertise, particularly in the eld of closed greenhouses. The combination of

disciplines takes a lot of work off your hands.

ENERGY IN FOCUS 31

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