Reach-in and walk-in systems accounted for the largest revenue share and they are expected to see promising growth
May 16, 2016
The global commercial refrigeration equipment market is forecast to reach $41.5 billion by 2022, with increasing demand for frozen foods and changing food consumption habits, according to a new market report published by Credence Research Inc.
When it comes to walk-in freezers and coolers, no matter how sophisticated the mechanical refrigeration systems or how well maintained, those who are responsible for such units always fret a bit about product integrity, especially if it is a food product.
Food retailers, industry trade professionals, and suppliers were among the attendees at the grand opening of the Hussmann Global Hub at the company’s headquarters. According to Hussmann, the Global Hub is a client-collaboration center for learning and strategizing for the food retailing industry.
What do a smart compressor, an indoor/outdoor undercounter refrigerator, and a reach-in refrigerator case have in common? All three are winners in The NEWS’ ninth annual Dealer Design Awards’ Refrigeration & Ice Machines category.
The most recent Food Marketing Institute Expo in Dallas and National Restaurant Association Restaurant-Hotel-Motel Show in Chicago brought out the very latest in ice-making equipment, storage bins, and walk-in freezers and coolers as well as reach-in versions. This roundup of the latest in equipment is culled from both shows.
The most important thing for me is to go to the trade shows where refrigeration is emphasized. The most recent examples were the Food Marketing Institute’s Food Retail Show in Dallas this past May, and then the National Restaurant Association’s Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show a few days later in Chicago.