World’s first energy fully-independent cryogenic distribution centre being built in South Korea


Eugene Superfreeze, a subsidiary of Eugene Group, is building the world’s first energy fully-independent cryogenic distribution centre in South Korea – and it’s expected to be completed in December 2018.

The mega-hub for frozen food products is being built in Pyeongtaek and will cover South Korea and China territories.

The Pyeongtaek Oseong Cryogenic Distribution Centre, which is the world’s first cryogenic logistics centre designed to combine LNG cooling technology, solar technology, and fuel cell technology, and to use no external energy at all, will include three huge warehouses, capable of storing around 120,000 tonnes of frozen products, a processing plant, and an office workshop. 

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