Report Description

The India Cold Chain Logistics Market is anticipated to register a high CAGR during the forecast period. The expansion of industries such as organized retail, processed food, medicines, and a rising inclination toward horticulture, among others, has increased the need for cold chains.

Supply-chain management and temperature-controlled ground transportation are both included in the cold chain. "Cold chain logistics" refers to the freezing procedures necessary to preserve the quality and shelf life of goods. For instance, fresh produce, seafood, frozen dinners, photographic film, chemicals, and pharmaceutical medications. Cold chains are crucial for increasing the shelf life of products, preventing overcapacity, minimising transportation bottlenecks during busy times, and guaranteeing product quality. Both cold-insulated transport vehicles and temperature-controlled storage facilities are used in the process to distribute products. Products such as fruits, vegetables, meat, cattle, medications, and other items are frequently delivered and preserved using cold chain logistics techniques. Refrigerated trucks, railcars, air freight, and chilled cargo are common modes of transportation. By paying farmers fair rates for their produce, the cold chain sector is essential in reducing the wastage of perishable goods and commodities. Cold chain logistics improve the effectiveness of pharmaceuticals along the supply chain in the pharmaceutical business.

Development in Established Food RetailThe cold chain industry in India is anticipated to be one of the most driven by organized retail. Expect consumers to have access to a wide range of fresh produce, dairy products, meat and poultry products, and other temperature-sensitive goods that require cold chain storage and delivery as organized food retail expand. The majority of organized retail organisations are aware that establishing a reliable cold chain infrastructure is essential to effectively manage their supply chains.