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Nordfrost with a new hygiene unit

WILHELMSHAVEN. Nordfrost continues to expand its seaport terminal in Wilhelmshaven as a food hub. In February, the deep-freeze logistics company from Schortens finished building a new, second hygiene section at the terminal and following official acceptance, put it into operation. The hygiene section is located at front of the high-bay warehouse and consists of a multifunctional hall and four separate production halls, each measuring 10 by 60 metres, plus ancillary rooms. The Nordfrost seaport terminal in Wilhelmshaven has a storage capacity of 105,000 pallet spaces.

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