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Chapter 7 cold chain logistics
Chapter 7 cold chain logistics
Chapter 7 cold chain logistics
Chapter 7 cold chain logistics
Chapter 7 cold chain logistics
Chapter 7 cold chain logistics
Chapter 7 cold chain logistics
Chapter 7 cold chain logistics
Chapter 7 cold chain logistics
Chapter 7 cold chain logistics
Chapter 7 cold chain logistics
Chapter 7 cold chain logistics
Chapter 7 cold chain logistics
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  • 1. SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Concepts, Practices, and Implementation Ankush Guha, Assistant Professor Faculty Operations & Supply Chain, Institute for Technology & Management © Oxford University Press 2011 Sunil Sharma Ankush Guha
  • 2. Chapter 7 Cold Chain Logistics © Oxford University Press 2011 Sunil Sharma Ankush Guha
  • 3. Learning Objectives  • What is cold chain?  • Drivers to Cold Chain Infrastructure  • Cold Supply Chain Models  • Cold Supply Chain Problems and Issues 3 © Oxford University Press 2011 Sunil Sharma Ankush Guha
  • 4. Cold Chain : What is it? • A cold chain is basically a logistics system, which helps in maintaining and providing a series of facilities for ensuring ideal storage conditions for the perishables from the point of origin to the point of sale. • A well developed and efficiently organized cold chain reduces wastage, spoilage and helps keeps the perishables intact thereby helping to maintain the quality of the harvested food products. © Oxford University Press 2011 4 Sunil Sharma Ankush Guha
  • 5. Current scenario of cold supply chain      Currently, the Indian cold chain market is worth $3 billion. The market is expected to grow to $12.4 billion by the end of 2015. Cumulative capacity of India is nearly 25 million tonnes, resulting in loss of about 40% of the agri-produce postharvest. Uttar Pradesh has the maximum 1,579 numbers of cold chains followed by West Bengal at the second place with 531 cold storages, Maharashtra 460 and Punjab 420. The current market demand is 10 times more than what we have today. © Oxford University Press 2011 Sunil Sharma Ankush Guha
  • 6. Cold Chain Model Cold Chain Infrastructure Industry Sectors Dairy & Milk products Poultry product Fruits & Vegetables Processed food Pharmaceuticals Grocery Retail Bakery products Pre cooling Storage methods Temperature controls Transportation Handling equipments Insulated packaging Cold Chain Management Customer Satisfaction Product quality Deliver schedules Data management Standard procedures Quality control check Regulatory compliance Cold Chain © Oxford University Press 2011 6 Sunil Sharma Ankush Guha
  • 7. A well designed Cold Chain helps to : • Reduce costs • Maintain product quality and freshness • Reduce wastages • Reduce returns of expired stocks • Increase customer satisfaction © Oxford University Press 2011 7 Sunil Sharma Ankush Guha
  • 8. Drivers to cold chain infrastructure • Growth in organized retail • Shift towards horticulture crops • Growth in processed food sector • Demand from pharmaceuticals sector • Government initiatives • Creation of agri-export zones (AEZs) • Private sector initiatives © Oxford University Press 2011 8 Sunil Sharma Ankush Guha
  • 9. Cold Chain Applications • Pharmaceuticals • Biotechnology • Healthcare • Blood Banks • Seafood • Frozen Food • Meats • Dairy Products © Oxford University Press 2011 9 Sunil Sharma Ankush Guha
  • 10. Challenges to Cold Chain • Poor infrastructure • 30% of the fruits and vegetables grown get wasted • High investment cost • High operational cost • Ever increasing power tariff in the country • Longer pay back period 10 © Oxford University Press 2011 Sunil Sharma Ankush Guha
  • 11. Cold Chain Infrastructure : • Pre-cooling facilities • Cold Warehouses • Temperature-controlled Transport • Insulated Packaging • Information Management Systems • Traceability © Oxford University Press 2011 11 Sunil Sharma Ankush Guha
  • 12. Quality Control Measures • Deploying temperature-controlled vehicles • Maintaining temperature during transport • Defined pick-up and delivery times • Better handling procedures • Mechanized handling equipments to reduce  damages © Oxford University Press 2011 12 Sunil Sharma Ankush Guha
  • 13. Industries using cold supply chain Fruits & vegetables Pharmaceutical Products © Oxford University Press 2011 Floriculture Dairy products Meat & marine products Ice cream sector & confectionery Sunil Sharma Ankush Guha
  • 14. Players of cold chain Snowman Carriers Crystal Refcon Bulkani deep freeze Glacio cold chain GATI (Kausar) © Oxford University Press 2011 R.K. Foodland Trans cold chain Sensitech Fresh & Healthy(Concor) Weber distribution Apollo Everest Kool Solutions, And Many more Sunil Sharma
  • 15. Challenges in cold supply chain  Rising Real Estate Cost  Location for Cold Storage  Lack of Proper Infrastructure  High Energy Cost  Uneven Distribution of Capacity  The cold storages present in India can cater to single commodities only  FDI Restrictions in Retail © Oxford University Press 2011 Sunil Sharma Ankush Guha
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