Fruit Coldstore

One of our recent undertakings involved the installation of a cold storage facility measuring 25x36x8.15 meters, designated for the preservation of apples and pears in the Witzenberg Valley.

Recent alterations in export regulations by the European Union, compounded by the challenges of accessing the Russian market amid the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, have necessitated the prolonged storage of fruits prior to exportation.

Incorporating a false ceiling in a cold room is a common practice in temperature-controlled storage facilities, particularly those used for storing fruits and vegetables. The false ceiling serves several important purposes in ensuring the efficient movement of cold air through the pallets of fruit. This cold room incorporated a 36×18 meter false ceiling.