Traceability And Sustainability In The Cold Supply Chain - A Chat With Phononic's General Manager Dana Krug
Chillers are typically bulky, noisy energy-intensive devices loaded with toxic chemicals with a very high climate change potential. We use them all the time in supply chains to keep goods in a particular temperature range.
What if you could make chillers another way? That is what Phononic has done. They have created solid-state chillers which run virtually silent, using a fraction of the power of standard chillers, and are so small they can fit in regular retail totes.
To learn more I invited Dana Krug, Phononic's General Manager to come on the podcast to tell me more.
We had a fascinating conversation, where Dana told me how their chillers work, how they can be utilised in supply chains for more reliable cold chains, and some results their customers have had. I learned loads, I hope you do too...
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