In­dia Cold Chain show

Cold chain lo­gis­tics play­ers high­lighted their ca­pa­bil­i­ties at the sixth edi­tion of In­dia Cold Chain show.

Commercial Vehicle - - WHAT'S INSIDE - Story & pho­tos: Ashish Bha­tia

Cold chain lo­gis­tics play­ers high­lighted their ca­pa­bil­i­ties at the sixth edi­tion of In­dia Cold Chain show.

Held at Mumbai on De­cem­ber 12, 2017, the sixth edi­tion of In­dia Cold Chain show at­tracted the par­tic­i­pa­tion of over 200 In­dian and in­ter­na­tional ex­hibitors pro­vid­ing cold stor­ages, tem­per­a­ture con­trol­ling, ma­te­rial han­dling, lo­gis­tics and cold chain sup­ply so­lu­tions in­clud­ing 76 first time ex­hibitors. Span­ning 5000 sq. m., the show saw par­tic­i­pa­tion of big and small in­dus­try stake­hold­ers, and CV com­pa­nies like Isuzu Mo­tors In­dia. Hint­ing at the growth this in­dus­try space is en­joy­ing, CV OEMs like Isuzu Mo­tors In­dia dis­played a reefer van and a dry box pick-up truck based on its D-Max pick-up truck plat­form. Ice Make Re­frig­er­a­tion Ltd., dis­played a Eu­tec­tic mo­bile con­tainer for lo­cal frozen dis­tri­bu­tion. With a 12 hour day time dis­tri­bu­tion and 10 hours of night time charg­ing, the com­pany po­si­tioned the Eu­tec­tic mo­bile con­tainer as a of­fer­ing that will prove to be highly ad­van­ta­geous than a con­ven­tional diesel en­gine con­tainer. The Eu­tec­tic mo­bile con­tainer is claimed to have a lower ve­hi­cle en­gine main­te­nance time (no load on en­gine). It is also said to be cheaper, and eas­ier to main­tain there­fore. Ca­pa­ble of be­ing re­paired by lo­cal tech­ni­cians, the con­tainer, ac­cord­ing to the com­pany, helps at­tain zero car­bon emis­sion. Aimed at ice cream and frozen food trans­porta­tion, the con­tainer panel thick­ness is 100 mm. It is lay­ered with a 60 mm Eu­tec­tic pad, and has a stor­age ca­pac­ity of 140 C.F.T (3.95 cu. m.).

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