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“The Return on Investment of Forced-Air Precooling”
In partnership with Jim Thompson, of UC Davis, Global is publishing a series of papers to help packer/shippers to better-understand forced-air precooling, and thus reduce costs/increase profits.
Jim Thompson is co-author of “Commercial Cooling of Fruits, Vegetables, and Flowers”, as well as numerous other how-to and research articles on many postharvest topics. The subject of precooling is one of his favourite topics. “Once the product has lost its water,” according to Still, “you can't put it back again.”
“Water is freshness, and freshness sells;”
The sixth paper is titled “The Return on Investment of Forced-Air Precooling”, and explains the costs, benefits, and strategic advantages created, from use of forced-air precoolers, in a dollars and sense manner.
An excerpt from this sixth white paper:
“Assume the added value of improved temperature management is equal to 2% of your annual sales. To calculate your return on investment, divide the increased sales by the amortized cost of installing and operating the forced-air precooler. It is not unusual for a relatively small investment in a top-quality forced-air precooler to pay for itself in less than one season, and to keep on generating additional profits for the entire life of the equipment. A good quality precooler can be a lot like a goose that lays golden eggs year after year! .”
For a free copy of “The ROI of Forced-Air Precooling”, please visit www.PreCoolers.net.
For more information:
Global Cooling Inc.
Tel: +1 610-248-9800.
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