Storing foods and good at cold temperatures is not a new practice. People have been storing food at cold temperatures long before fridges and freezers were even invented. The understanding that by keeping products cold, they last longer and can stay safe for consumption longer. In today’s world now we no longer use ice houses to keep goods chilled. Cold storage on an industrial scale is a sophisticated and high-tech process, often with high levels of organization and automation. In 2018, the global frozen food market was valued at 147 billion U.S. dollars in 2019 and by 2027 is expected to be valued at 185 billion. The ability to safely store and transport food is big business and a necessary one. These are just frozen food statistics. Imagine the value with chilled food storage, pharmaceutical products and other goods that need cold, chilled or dry storage and the possibilities are endless.