Cold Chain: Temperature-controlled supply chains
According to reports by several research companies, the “cold chain” market has been growing at a much faster rate than the global economy.
By “cold chain”, we mean the distribution of food, beverages and pharmaceutical products, which all need to be kept at cold temperatures in order to maintain their freshness and quality and prevent deterioration and losses. Some call it the temperature-controlled supply chain.
In this white paper, we will look more closely at
- Critical components of a cold supply chain
- Top markets for cold chain storage and transportation
- How robots would help cold chain
Read this white paper to learn more about temperature-controlled supply chain.