INR 92,000 Crore Worth Of Agricultural Produce Is Wasted A Year In India Due To Lack Of Cold Chain

Published On September 1, 2016, by .

India wastes a staggering INR 92,000 Crore worth of agricultural produce annually with fruits and vegetables wastage contributing INR 40,000 Crore alone [1]. As much as 40% of fresh produce is wasted annually before reaching consumers due to lack of cold chain infrastructure. The interactive infographic below displays the supply chain…

Cold Chain Quickie #19 – Food retail market will reach USD 8,542 Bn globally in 2020

Published On May 15, 2015, by .

Rise in the global population, changing customer preferences, and emerging economies are making the way for the food retail industry. It is a dynamically progressing industry and contributes to the development of several industries such as food packaging. Rising middle-class population is creating growth opportunities for food retail market and…

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Wishing You & Your Family A Colourful Holi! #ColdChainIndia

Published On March 6, 2015, by .

ColdStar Logistics ColdStar delivers customized solutions for Refrigerated storage&Transportation across INDIA & is the fastest growing INTEGRATED Cold Chain logistics SPECIALISTS http://coldstarlogistics.com

Category: Cold Chain.

Latest Insights On Refrigerated Warehousing In India

Published On January 29, 2015, by .

India has a cold chain warehousing capacity of 34 million tonnes as of 2014. While this figure is half of what the country requires to secure its perishable produce against spoilage, the total capacity is fast rising. Only a few years ago in 2009, the total warehousing capacity in the…

Category: Cold Chain, Warehousing.

1st January or 31st December, ColdStar Logistics Always Delivers

Published On January 1, 2015, by .

ColdStar Logistics ColdStar delivers customized solutions for Refrigerated storage&Transportation across INDIA & is the fastest growing INTEGRATED Cold Chain logistics SPECIALISTS http://coldstarlogistics.com

Category: Cold Chain.