Unlike other retail sectors, food retailers face the enormous challenge of running refrigeration systems, which account for more than half of the electricity costs in their stores. While these systems are notably fragile and complex – and have a nasty tendency to spring refrigerant leaks – the good news is that advances in technology are helping retailers operate them more efficiently, with significant benefits to their bottom line. Over the past several years, a few pieces of technology — ...
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