Project Director Reece Tabor has spent the last five days in Japan with a team from the Sydney Fish Market and Investment NSW, touring the world’s biggest fish market in Toyosu.
Reece has been working on the redevelopment of the new Sydney Fish Market for the last three years as the client representative of the Sydney Fish Market.
The Toyosu Markets, which opened its doors in 2018, cost $5.1 billion to build. It is 1.7 times larger than the original markets in Tsukiji. The new facility consists of fully closed buildings with complete temperature control, minimizing contamination risks and meeting global food safety standards set by Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP). Exports are anticipated to increase by 40% due to HACCP clearance.
The impressive facility has adopted global best practices in food safety and hygiene, workplace health and safety, logistics, environmental protections, sustainability, waste services, community engagement and technology.
The delegation gained valuable insights into the logistics, processing facility, retail, wholesale, packaging and waste recycling. These insights will play a key part in the success of the new Sydney Fish Market.
Essence remains committed to working with Sydney Fish Market, Infrastructure NSW and Multiplex to deliver a world-class facility for the Australian Seafood Industry, the people of NSW, Australia and the tourism industry.
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