Mr. Allan Klinge, Klinge Corporation President was selected as a panelist at ExporTech™ to discuss the following. ExporTech™ is an export assistance program offered by the NIST Manufacturing Extension Partnership and the U.S. Export Assistance Centers of the U.S. Department of Commerce. The program provides companies with guidance on entering or expanding in global markets. The event was held on December 6, 2016.
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Klinge Corporation will be attending the world’s leading intermodal/container event, Intermodal Europe. Held in Rotterdam this year, the exhibition and conference will cover all areas of container transport and logistics across road, rail and sea.
Advanced engineering brings powered, active control of temperature-sensitive shipments via ocean containers. Supply chain managers in life sciences, and their freight-forwarding logistics partners, look endlessly for cost-saving measures to provide more economical transportation. Counterpoised against that driver, however, is the need for high-quality, validated processes for ensuring the safety and efficacy of life-saving biopharma products.
On Thursday, September 29, Klinge Corporation cconducted a demonstration of their Global Monitoring System (GSM) remote monitoring system with optional satellite back-up at the Cold Chain Global Forum. The system is used in particular on their special Dual Redundant Refrigerated Containers which feature two refrigeration units with automatic switchover. Total redundancy prevents temperature deviations of cold chain supplies.
Klinge Corporation served as a Bronze Sponsor of the World Trade Center Harrisburg’s event “Bringing the World to You”, whereby trade representatives from around the world meet with local companies seeking trade assistance.
Klinge Corporation introduces its all-new high capacity Tank Container Refrigeration Unit, Model TCR-110. The unit weighs in at approximately 50 kg less than other equipment on the market.
Thirteen of Klinge Corporation’s Military Refrigerated Container Systems are set to arrive at the Australian Defence Force (ADF) in Melbourne later this month. This is an add-on to the initial order of 185 Refrigerated Containers and represents a nearly 12.5% increase in the capacity of the Australian Defence for these container types.
Klinge Corporation recently announced they are once again proudly sponsoring the 14th Annual Cold Chain GDP & Temperature Management Logistics Global Forum. Klinge Corporation will be joined by 850 temperature controlled life science leaders, September 26-30 at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, MA.
Klinge Corporation has upgraded its 1992 designed special Dual Refrigeration System Tank Container Unit, Model TCR-262, in late 2015 to meet customer demands for heightened protection of dangerous chemicals.
Klinge Corporation is moving production of their Quick Thaw Container, Model QTU-42, to their York, Pennsylvania facility from Denmark. The move will streamline the production of the equipment and allow for higher capacity output. The initial production run was a great success and Klinge Corporation has already received orders from its primary distributor for this equipment, Morep, which will ensure the continued production of this equipment in the US.
The QTU-42 quickly and efficiently defrosts 10-12 pallets in a period of 12-36 hours. The patented defrost systems allows for accurate and effective defrost with minimal manual operation. Furthermore, the unit goes into storage mode automatically once the thawing process is complete.
The Quick Thaw Containers are primarily used to thaw seafood and meat. Companies see significantly reduced transport costs because seafood and meat can be frozen and transported by ocean versus air shipping fresh cargo.
Studies have also shown that shelf-life is increased when deeply frozen seafood and meat is thawed, at a time of the customer’s choosing, in a controlled environment.
Klinge Corporation also manufacturers Blast Freezer Containers and Deep Storage Containers. These ultra-low temperature freezer containers store cargo at -60°C and are used primarily for quickly freezing of long-term storage of pharmaceuticals, seafood and meat.