200 plus Companies showcase innovative solutions at the Mega “India Cold Chain Show 2018” in Mumbai


By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

The three days mega trade exhibition “India Cold Chain Show 2018” organised by Reed Manch Exhibition India from December 13 to 15, 2018 at the Bombay Exhibition Centre, in Mumbai, Maharashtra, attracted thousands of Cold Chain Industry Professionals and trade visitors from across India, specially Maharashtra and Gujarat. The one of its kind event this year featured over 210 leading companies from the Cold Chain Industry including ICE Make Refrigeration, DHL, Mahindra, Blue Star, Gandhi Automation, Arctic, Pluss, Cold Box, Emerson, Kelley, Hormann and Honeywell among others.

“India Cold Chain Show 2018” which is India’s largest exhibition on Cold Chain Industry, has brought new technology and innovative solutions under one roof to address various challenges faced by the stakeholders of the industry in India. Some of new and innovative products at display include Ice Make Refrigeration’s Cold Room and Refrigerated Containers, DHL’s high tech smart trucks, Godrej’s floor care solutions, Gandhi Automation’s Entrance Automation & Loading Bay Equipments, Blue Star’s consumer product range among others.

Showcasing Innovative Cold Room Mr Rajendra Patel, Joint Managing Director at Ice Make Refrigeration Limited,
Mr Rajendra Patel, Joint Managing Director at Ice Make Refrigeration Limited, one of the leading manufacturer & supplier of cooling solutions equipment, said “We are very happy to have been part of this mega event in Mumbai on the Cold Chain Sector. Ice Make has been in the forefront in producing innovative cooling & refrigeration solutions to large number of varied industry sectors. We have a basket of over 25 refrigeration solutions products manufactured under four categories like Cold Rooms, Commercial Refrigeration, and Industrial Refrigeration & Transport Refrigeration and newly added Ammonia Refrigeration. The Company also manufactures Solar Cold Room which has been designed for cold storage requirement of farmers in interior areas where proper storage temperature and adequate infrastructure is not available. A range of these products such as highly efficient Cold Room and Refrigerated Containers, which are our flagship products were at display at the exhibition”

Mr Neeraj Bansal, CEO of DHL SmarTrucking India, addressing the Concurrent Conference said “In India 85% cold chain logistic & transport market is still unorganized and unreliable due to lack of trained drivers, technology use and short comings in temperature compliance. The cold chain logistic sector is under-invested and has been left in the cold. The sector has lots of challenges to address including huge food damages, wastage and operational losses. The need of the hour is to make good use of innovative technology and solutions as Cold Chain is a Science and not a temporary Jugaad”

Mr. Anuj Mathur, Chief Operating Officer, Reed Manch Exhibitions India said “ The unique show apart from showcasing the 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, also lined up various activities such as Annual General Meeting for The Federation of Cold Storage Associations of India, Concurrent Conferences which serves as a knowledge and networking platform for various industries such Cold Chain, Food, Pharma, Healthcare, Logistics, Export 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. “India Cold Chain Show” is an unique matchmaking platform that connects & features 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”

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