Indonesia needs the socialization of agricultural technology so that product quality is guaranteed. Indonesia also needs to follow up on making and providing transportation in the delivery of the fruit so that it can last a long time. Transportation and facilities provided in the form of refrigerated containers (reefer) for shipping fruits to maintain product value and minimize the wasting in the cool chain system. The apple palette was the object of this study with detailed structural variables from the T-bar reefers floor and airflow resistance of the wooden pallets. Energy consumption from reefers with different apple package designs will be identified to see the impact of the ventilation area on the use and energy savings of both low and high fruit packaging densities. In addition, the effect of the evaporator fan on energy consumption was simulated with apples operating at low, medium, and high speeds as well as the variable speed of the evaporator fan. Thus, the Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) method was developed to be able to estimate airflow, heat transfer, and energy use with satisfactory accuracy. After that, a validated model is used to investigate the performance of ventilated packaging boxes that are commonly used.