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Cold Chain Industry In India (2011-15)

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The cold chain Industry also considered the sunrise Industry in India because of its robust growth plans. The industry has been incognizant and unexploited. Due to the negligence, of the industry India looses about 30 to 40 percent of its agriculture produce which is good to feed nations like Brazil for a year. With increased focus from governments, both state and central, the cold chain industry is looked upon as a gold mine by the multinationals as well as big foreign players who have been given the green signal by the induction of 100% FDI in the segment. http://www.bharatbook.com/market-research-reports/logistics-market-research-report/cold-chain-industry-in-india-2011-15.html

Trends in the Industry
• Backward Integration
• Cold chain facility at the Airport
• Rail based reefers
• Cold chains based on Public Private Partnership (PPP) model and entry of foreign players

India is an agricultural-based economy. More than 52 percent of India’s land is cultivable, compared to the global average of 11 percent. The perishable products transaction volume is estimated to be around 414.48 million metric tons. Each year, India produces 76 million tons of fruits and 138 million tons of vegetables. India is also the largest producer of milk (112.5 million metric tons per year). India produces 5 million tons of meat and poultry, as well as 8.2 million tons of fish a year.

The need of the hour is an economically viable cold chain solution that will create total integration of the food supply linkages from production centers to consumption centers, thereby reducing physical wastages and loss of value of perishable commodities.

SCOPE OF THE REPORT

• Indian Cold chain Industry at a glance
• Emerging trends in the industry like Backward Integration, Rail based reefers etc
• Demand Supply scenario encompassing domestic production and import numbers and projections
• Factors driving growth, Issues & Challenges, SWOT’s , Porters forces analysis
• Government Regulations & Initiatives in Indian market
• Major players
• Forecasts

REASONS TO BUY

• To understand the various factors which are fuelling the growth and those which are/will be critical for the industry performance in the near term
• Comprehensive report covering all the aspects required to understand the industry performance and future prospects
• The report elucidates the current market scenario of the industry and forecasts key parameters which helps to anticipate the industry performance

1. OVERVIEW
1.1 STRUCTURE OF THE INDUSTRY
1.2 SEGMENTATION
2. DEMAND-SUPPLY SCENARIO
3. INDUSTRY GROWTH DRIVERS
3.1 Growth in organized retail Trade
3.2 Growth in processed food sector
3.3 Government initiatives
3.4 Shift towards Horticultural crops
3.5 Demand from the pharmaceutical sector
4. EMERGING TRENDS IN THE INDUSTRY
4.1 Backward Integration
4.2 Cold chains Facilities at airport
4.3 Rail based Reefers
4.4 Cold chains based on Public Private partnership (PPP) model and entry of foreign players.
5. GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS & INITIATIVES
6. SWOT ANALYSIS
6.1 STRENGTHS
6.1.1 Reduce agricultural good price volatility & wastage
6.1.2 Cold storage being given infrastructure status in budget 2010 -11
6.1.3 Government incentives for this sector
6.1.4 Export potential
6.1.5 Climate of India
6.1.6 Better quality products available throughout the year.
6.2 WEAKNESS
6.2.1 Huge initial outlay
6.2.2 Lack of organized supply chain & infrastructure
6.2.3 Licenses and regulation
6.2.4 Seasonality of raw material (agricultural products)
6.2.5 High Energy Cost
6.2.6 FDI restriction in retail
6.2.7 Capacity utilization
6.3 OPPORTUNITIES
6.3.1 Rising Income level
6.3.2 More employment opportunities
6.3.3 Operating cold chains from unconventional energy resources like biomass fuel and other resources
6.4 THREATS
6.4.1 Change in Consumer preference
6.4.2 Lack of qualified/trained manpower
6.4.3 Competition from foreign players
6.4.4 Rising real estate prices
7. PORTERS 5 FORCES
7.1 Bargaining power of buyers
7.2 Bargaining power of suppliers
7.3 Threat of substitutes
7.4 Rivalry among existing players
7.5 Threat of new entrants

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