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Notice of article publication on DENBA + operation on ships to the JAPAN MARITIME DAILY
THE JAPAN MARITIME DAILY published on January 26, 2021 reported on the use of our fresh preservation device DENBA+ on ships. Until now, in the case of long-term operation, deterioration of fresh ingredients has become a problem, and there has been a problem with the eating habits of seafarers due to the inability to store ingredients for a long period of time. By installing DENBA+ on the ship, it is possible to maintain the freshness. Taking one of the ships using DENBA+ as an example, fresh cabbage can be stored for about a month, and seafarers can eat fresh vegetables, which is very beneficial to their health. In the future, we will contribute to the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) with the aim of spreading it to ships around the world.
Excerpts from THE JAPAN MARITIME DAILY
Use DENBA+ on ships to bring better welfare to seafarers.
DENBA Co., Ltd., which develops and sells freshness preservation technology, is currently committed to selling its self-developed freshness preservation equipment to maritime companies. By installing DENBA+ in the food storage room on the ship, the freshness of the food can be better maintained. It is not only a benefit that can ensure a healthy diet for seafarers, but it can also reduce food waste, which is of great benefit to shipping companies, ship owners and ship management companies. In the future, it is likely to attract attention as a contribution to the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals).