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Fruit Supply Chain

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Frank Bollen

on 28 November 2016

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Transcript of Fruit Supply Chain

Over 130m trays (400,000 tonnes)
3,000+ Orchards
~40 Packhouses
4 Varieties
Traceability
Properties are assigned an identification number (KPIN)
KPIN divided into blocks
Bin cards used at harvest
Packed in batches
Packhouse apply EAN barcode unique ID per pack
Pack linked to Pallet
Traceable back to the orchard, packhouse, packrun, date, time, at any point in the supply chain
Bay of Plenty•78%
Nelson (South Island)•5%
Northland•5%
Auckland•4%
Waikato•3%
Gisborne•2%
Hawkes Bay•2%
Southern North Island•1%
Harvest
Coolstorage
Pack into export pack store for up to 6 months
Ship
Checkpoint
ECPI
Buffer store
Load on vessel
Different hatches, different varieties
destinations, etc
Load at coolstore
Container checkpoint
Sulphur Point
Feeder vessels
Charters
Containers
Orchards
Grade & Pack
Shipping
Offshore Hubs
Retail
Kiwifruit Export Supply Chain
Main Quality Checks
Orchard Clearance
Fruit Sizing
Market Access
Defect Sorting
Condition Check & Repack
ECPI
Container Inspections
Intercheck
Bins
Bins
Individual Fruit
Packs
Pallets
Pallets
Pallets
Containers
Pallets
Packs
Individual Fruit
PRIMARY TRACKING UNITS
Consumers
Hold short term in Bin Store
Hold long term in Controlled Atmosphere Storage
Temperature management
Air flow
Ethylene control
Humidity control
Packaging design
Intercheck Markets
Hubs that receive product, store, rework, repack
Ability to run quality inspections upon arrival
Direct to Customer
Smaller markets, direct sales to local agents, distributors, supermarkets
Charters
Containers
Early Harvest April
Main Harvest May
Taste
Storability
Early ripening
Charters
Containers
Early shipping "Conditioning Programme"
Temperature management
High Brix?


Early?


Ship By?
Conditioning


Main Pack


Late season shipping
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
~ 6300 FEU annual
~ 50 Vessels Annually
New Chain Temperature Monitoring
Low cost RF dataloggers
RF readers along the chain
Inserted at packing
Read automatically
Insert at packing
Read at Coolstore
Read at Buffer
Read Offshore
Read in Distribution Chain
Features of Kiwifruit Chain
Seasonal off short harvest
Highly perishable product
Variable product
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