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Cold Chain Logistics 2017

  • ID: 4307953
  • Report
  • June 2017
  • Region: Global
  • 50 Pages
  • TI Insight

Cold Chain Logistics 2017 offers insight into the complex nature of temperature-controlled supply chains.

Because of the complexities in cold chain logistics, it is a potentially lucrative endeavour. Many practitioners operate across the cold chain market and co-ordination is vital. Damaged or spoilt cargo can cost millions in lost revenue of insurance claims.

An unbroken cold chain is an uninterrupted series of refrigerated production, storage and distribution activities, along with associated equipment and logistics, which maintain a desired low-temperature range. It is used to preserve and to extend and ensure the shelf life of products, such as fresh agricultural produce, seafood, frozen food, chemicals and pharmaceuticals.

Cold Chain Logistics 2017 is a 50 page report that provides analysis and insight into this market as a whole, as well as from a logistics market, vertical sector and geographical perspective.

This report contains:

  • Insight into the complex nature of temperature-controlled supply chains.
  • Analysis of the cold chain logistics market from a geographical and vertical-specific perspective.
  • Explanation and commentary around the future of cold chain logistics.

Exclusive highlights on the major providers of cold chain logistics:

  • Major players like CH Robinson dominate some markets and trade lanes in developed regions, overall the global cold chain market remains highly competitive and fragmented.
  • Whilst Maersk Line dominates seaborne refrigerated cargo, air cargo is more fragmented.
  • There are numerous reports of cargo switching to ocean freight from air cargo, including certain pharmaceutical products, flowers and fruit.

Exclusive highlights on the future of cold chain:

  • Big data and the Internet of Things could transform asset utilisation and the protection of sensitive cargo across the supply chains.
  • New cold chains are being created via the buying power of rising middle classes and at the same time restrictions on pharmaceutical production are tightening of government regulations on temperature-controlled supply chains.
  • 3PLs are taking compliance more seriously as manufacturers demand more stringent practices.

This report is perfect for:

  • Logistics procurement managers
  • Banks and financial institutions
  • Global manufacturers
  • Supply chain managers and directors
  • Marketing managers
  • Knowledge managers
  • Investors
  • All C-level executives
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1.0 Cold chain logistics overview
1.1 What is cold chain logistics?
1.2 Major providers of cold chain logistics
1.3 Supply chain overview
1.4 Supply chain risks
1.5 Cold chain innovations
1.6 The future of cold chain

2.0 Cold chain logistics by market
2.1 Contract logistics
2.2 Express and small parcels
2.3 Freight forwarding
2.4 Road transport
2.5 Warehousing and property development

3.0 Cold chain logistics by vertical sector
3.1 Agriculture, food and perishables
3.2 Consumer packaged goods (CPG)
3.3 Healthcare/ Pharmaceutical

4.0 Cold chain logistics by geography
4.1 Asia Pacific
4.2 Europe
4.3 Middle East and North Africa
4.4 North America
4.5 South America
4.6 Sub-Saharan Africa

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