Yokohama Reito has installed CO2 condensing units and NH3/CO2 cascade systems at its newest facility in Tokyo. The firm says natural refrigerants are key to their corporate social responsibility strategy. Accelerate Japan reports. Signaling the continued advancement of natural refrigerant technology by end users in Japan, leading Japanese refrigerated warehouse company and food sales company Yokohama Reito Co. Ltd. (Yokohama Reito) has installed and commissioned CO2 condensing units and NH3/CO2 cascade systems at its newest facility in Tokyo. The firm’s ‘Tokyo Haneda Distribution Center’ opened on 20 February and is located on Keihinjima island in Tokyo – Japan’s single largest freight hub – situated near both Tokyo harbour and Haneda airport. Anticipating fast growth in demand for domestic and overseas logistics in Japan, there is a significant need for high quality and state-of-the-art storage facilities in land-scarce Tokyo. In addition, Yokohama Reito – which has been adopting 100% natural refrigerant-based technology for all of its new facilities since 2001 – continues to see natural refrigerant systems as a key part of its corporate social responsib...