A modern approach to food cold storage systems
As global food demands continue to rise and adherence to the strictest levels of food preservation and cleanliness become a requirement rather than an advantage, it has never been so important to operate food cold storage systems in the most efficient and effective way.
Experts estimate that cold storage of food and other products is potentially one of the most costly outlays of any business. In addition, inferior food cold storage systems can lead to food spoilage and an even greater impact on profitability. Standard Tech has been meeting the challenges of food cold storage and keeping pace with a rapidly evolving industry for over 25 years. We understand that peace of mind for businesses comes not only from working with a partner who can provide cutting edge food storage facilities and technology, but also one who will work with them to operate those systems to maximum effect.
Standard Tech: A partner for the next era of food cold storage
Standard Tech helps your business meet the challenges of the new era on several fronts. With such high overheads involved, energy efficiency has never been so important. Insulation problems one of the main contributors to poor performance in this area which is why Standard Tech offers a range of advanced thermal insulation paneling options so your cold storage systems can be tailored to your needs.
Efficient cold storage management is also key. Each individual food product line will have its own temperature needs to ensure it does not spoil. At the same time, more and more stringent regulations are being introduced to ensure a high-quality product at point-of-sale. Our remote assistance network Control-tech 3000 offers onsite managers a massive advantage in their daily struggle to integrate and oversee a variety of different products even when detailed and flexible temperature control is required.
Lastly, our cold storage systems adhere to the highest industry regulations. This is vital in order to avoid fines that can be incurred by failure to adhere to regulations as well as insuring that you can offer your customers a guarantee of quality produce.