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Tokyo Bay Distribution Center

Site area 33,738 m2
Capacity 80,000 tons
F Class 54,000 tons
C&F Class 21,200 tons
C Class 4,800 tons

Launched in Japan's capital region - Domestically the largest scale, most cutting edge Low Temperature Distribution Center, leading the way in how Food flows.

In the spring of 2013, Matsuoka Co. Ltd., a pillar in the business of distribution in Japan, put the Tokyo Bay Distribution Center into operation. The largest scale low temperature distribution center in the country, it is situated in Higashiogishima, which is a highly convenient distance from the capital city of Tokyo.
The facility, which brings together the most cutting edge technology, is roughly 33,000 square meters and boasts the largest product storage capacity in the nation. In addition to functionality, we put meticulous care into its safety.
Our high grade frozen/low temperature distribution center lies at the heart of our company's distribution center network. With our integrated distribution service that utilizes this network, we are paving the way to the future of Japan's culinary culture.

Facilities at our cutting-edge distribution center

Positive Pressure Air Conditioning System

Positive Pressure Air Conditioning System

Truck Docks

Truck Docks

Sampling Room

Energy-saving non-Freon refrigerating facilities

Refrigerating Machine

Refrigerating Machine

Refrigerating Room

Refrigerating Room

Facilities and Structures For Implementing Safety

Private Power Generation

Private Power Generation

Earthquake Resistant Design

Earthquake Resistant Design

Cloud System

Cloud System

Security System

Security System

Sights Around The Facility

Platform

Platform

Passageway

Passageway

Chilled Space

Chilled Space

Refrigeration room (mobile rack)

Refrigeration room (mobile rack)

Safe, hygienic amenity area

Cafeteria

Cafeteria

Cafeteria

Cafeteria

Soothing company grounds

Greenification

Greenification

Greenification

Greenification