Lettuce make use of available infrastructure: Toshiba’s plant factories master effective re-use

Last week we spoke with senior executives at Toshiba in Japan about their "plant factory" projects. The company recently announced a plan to build another facility in the city of Yokosuka, and caused a stir in the media, who reported on their "tightly controlled air and lighting systems" and "ste...

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