Background
India is the leading producer of food in the world but the sector is facing problem of controlling post-harvest losses. India is considered as one of the most promising and growing economies in the world and attracted many companies related to agri-business and food business. Therefore, it is important for the stakeholders to adopt the cold chain network practices successfully at par with the developed countries across the globe.

The cold chain is generally considered as the transport and storage chain between the initial production and the final consumer of temperature-controlled perishable goods. However, this is not the only definition, as there are other items carried under temperature control, for example works of art. However, the ICC Summit will focus mostly on transport and storage of perishable foodstuffs and pharmaceuticals. There are many types of cold chain. They can be categorized by carriage mode, commodity-wise or by location and duration of transport.

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The major Indian Industries covered under cold chain are

  • Agriculture, Horticulture & Floriculture
  • Dairy
  • Confectionary
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Industrial Chemicals
  • Poultry and Meat Processing
  • Logistics

Air freight is generally limited to goods at chilled or ambient temperatures. Sea containers are universal in their application. Refrigerated ships carry bulk commodities in their holds, though increasingly these ships also carry containers. International land transport by road and/or rail is able to carry almost every product. Local distribution generally excludes the movement of bulk frozen goods. At the present time there are approximately 1300 specialized refrigerated cargo ships, 80,000 refrigerated railcars, 650,000 refrigerated containers and 1.2 million refrigerated trucks in use world-wide. They carry vast amounts of foodstuffs and other perishables, and mostly do so very successfully.

Program

  • One day focused Summit on various opportunities for Cold Chain Market
  • Research paper on “cold chain market and services in Uttar Pradesh”. 
  • Interactive  B2B meetings

Target Audience

  • Representative from Indian fruit and vegetables Businesses & growers association.
  • Small farmer groups.
  • Food processing companies
  • Agro Industries
  • Refrigeration and cold chain Equipment and technology suppliers.
  • Cold logistics players like shipping lines, transporters, container companies, warehousing agents, supply chain solution providers.
  • Social organization working with farmers and fruits and vegetables growers.
  • Entrepreneurs

 

Key Topics

  • Opportunities, Incentives & Financial Assistance for setting up Cold Chain Facilities.
  • Cold Chain Industry :  Technology & Regulatory Requirements
  • Improving of marketing of the processed food products outside India and measures to counter Trade barriers.
  • Investment opportunity in Agri Infrastructure
  • Policy initiatives and Measures
  • Basic Infrastructure, connectivity issues and solution operated approach.
  • Entrepreneurs Perspective & Success stories with special focus on Potato & Dairy

 

Why should you attend?

  • First hand information on markets and opportunities
  • Utility of Cold Chain with respect to agro and food processing business
  • Overview of the latest development in the Cold Chain and climate control industry in India
  • Interaction with policy makers for various levels
  • Assessment of the economics of integrated Cold Chain ventures and business opportunities in this sector, including Public- Private Partnership projects
  • Gain Knowledge on new technologies and applications of Cold Chain for Fruits and Vegetable Businesses.
 
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