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Italy: Clients ask for remote-controlled units

Storage, germination and growth cells - what's important is monitoring parameters and keep everything under control via smartphone. These are the latest demands made by Monti&C Tecnologie clients.

"Last year went well thanks to the numerous new orders. Our lengthy experience, combined with the participation to trade fairs both in Italy and abroad, meant our solutions have been appreciated by both producers and traders," explains Christian Niccolai and Federico Papini.

"We have always employed the best technologies with the latest management systems so as to perfect refrigerated storage according to our clients' demands."

Monti & C.'s clients include the most efficient producer, processing and trading companies as well as logistic platforms for the distribution of cold chain products.

The solutions can be used for the short and long-term storage of fresh produce, controlled atmosphere units, banana units, (fresh-cut) processing areas, pre-cooling areas, automated units, frosting units, fluid refrigeration units for the industrial processing of fruit, low-temperature units for frozen products.

Christian Niccolai and Federico Papini at Fruit Logistica 2018

"Monti & C was the first company that focused on researching tools suitable for the nursery sector. We manage to satisfy specific needs thanks to our lengthy experience working with leading Italian companies and their collaboration for the finding of new solutions."

As for the nursery sector, the main applications are indoor and outdoor isothermal units, computerised germination systems, germination and cold storage multipurpose units, climate cabinets for germination tests and prefabricated cabinets with drying and seed storage systems.

Contact Information:
Monti&C Tecnologie del Freddo SRL
Via Terra Rossa Fonda, 172
51011 Borgo a Buggiano (Pistoia)
Tel.: +39 0572/30064

Publication date: 2/27/2018



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