By Sarah Griffiths for Engineering & Technology
'Just like getting around to taking a daily shower, finding fresh pasta and eggs in the supermarket can feel like a real accomplishment in lockdown. But it’s due, in part, to engineers keeping everything running as smoothly as possible.
Lee Harpham is a refrigeration and energy solutions manager for IMS Evolve. He travels the world visiting supermarkets and other sites to identify inefficiencies and look for automations and improvements in refrigerator systems in order to improve quality, lower energy consumption, and boost customer experience.
This job is more important than ever. “By monitoring and optimising the temperature of refrigeration assets, we’re able to keep food fresher and safer for longer. This is critical during the current pandemic to maintain a good stock level and make sure food isn’t unnecessarily wasted,” he explains.'
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