Now that the freezers are completed, the cooling shelves are next. This is how Peter Ebbing describes the changeover status of refrigeration units in the food trade. Cooler covers save energy and hardly bother customers. Doors for cooling shelves can also significantly reduce electricity costs, but with large customer volumes, retail is skeptical. Ebbing has worked for more than ten years for the German special-purpose glass manufacturer REMIS. The company retrofits old chest freezers and is a supplier for manufacturers of refrigeration equipment.
MIWE was founded in 1919 by Michael Wenz in Arnstein near Würzburg, Germany. The Franconian family company with 700 associates is on the global market in the area of air-conditioning process steps for baking, automation technology and plant construction. Eike Zuckschwerdt shows that the competition between food trade and traditional bakeries is very different in different countries. He also differentiates when it comes to energy saving. Every company is different, but new technology and well-thought-out processes reduce costs.