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“India Cold Chain Show”, India’s largest exhibition on Cold Chain Industry returns with its 7th edition which will be held from 13th to15th December 2018 at the Bombay Exhibition Centre, in Mumbai, Maharashtra.
The one of its kind event this year will feature over 210 leading companies and is expected to be visited by over 8000 people from all over India and especially from Nagpur, Pune, Nasik, Auranagabad, Navi Mumbai, Thane and Mumbai among others in Maharashtra and Gujarat.
“India Cold Chain Show” which is organised by Reed Manch Exhibition India every year since 2012, will showcase entire range of solutions and services for Cold Storage Infrastructure, Material Handling, AIDC Solutions, Refrigeration, Temperature Control, Cold Transport, Cold Logistics and Supply Chain for diverse industries with cold chain intensive business operations.
Mr. Anuj Mathur, Chief Operating Officer, Reed Manch Exhibitions India, said “This is an unique show and matchmaking platform that will connect & feature the leading companies providing latest & innovative solutions and consumers of these products & services such as Cold Storage Owners, 3PL/4PL companies from wide industry segments such as Pharma, FMCG, Retail , Government Departments, Architects, Consultants, Dairy, Ice Cream, Seafood, Meat, Frozen Food, Fruits and Vegetables, Export Import, Logistics, Oils, Bakery, Quick Service Restaurants, Ports and Airports, Hotel, Floriculture among others”
On the 1st day of the show which has lined up various activities such as Concurrent Conference which serves as a knowledge and networking platform for Food related industries and an Annual General Meeting for The Federation of Cold Storage Associations of India. The 2nd day of the show includes a Concurrent Conference for the Pharma, Healthcare, Logistics and Biotech sectors along with an Industry Workshop, disseminating knowledge to prospective entrepreneurs on how to start a cold storage and subsidies available from State and Central Government” Mr Mathur added.