Global Cold Chain Logistics 2008-2009 Report

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An increasingly global market

The demand for temperature controlled food and non-food is increasing in many markets across the globe.

An increasingly global market

The movement of manufacturers and retailers to emerging markets in Asia and Latin America, as well as the changing astes of consumers in more mature markets, is having a profound affect on the ogistics industry. This has resulted in high evels of investment by logistics companies and their associated suppliers as they have:

  • Acquired or partnered local players in order to access these markets.
  • Opened temperature controlled operations in the regions to serve the growth in prosperity of local populations.


At the same time, demand for chilled products from these developing markets is increasing, with a higher level of both fresh and processed food being transported to the more traditional markets of Europe and the US. This is impacting on the major shipping lanes, increasing volumes on already crowded routes and adding to congestion at the world’s busiest ports.

Who will benefit from the report?

The report will provide an essential source of information for:

  • 3PLs, warehouse operators and ransport providers
  • Manufacturers, food processors and etailers
  • Suppliers, including equipment manufacturers, contractors, etc.
  • Consultancies, banks and other professionals supporting companies in this sector
  • Warehousing and investment companies looking to invest in the development of cold chain distribution facilities

What’s in the Global Cold Chain Logistics Report?

The report contains an overview of those sectors involved in the production, movement, storage and sale of temperature controlled goods, directly and indirectly. It includes:

  • A review of the supply-side, including:
    • Production / growth statistics
    • Key players in the fresh food, processed food and retailing sectors
    • Growth strategies of the major players
    • An overview of logistics operations adopted by the main participants
  • A review of the demand side, including:
    • Characteristics of the trading environments, globally
    • An overview of the main emerging markets
  • A review of the main 3PLs, warehousing and transport providers, including:
    • An overview of operations and markets served
    • The state of storage, transportation and property development
    • Recent trends, including new technology, globalisation, capacity issues, etc.

Why buy this report?

The Global Cold Chain Logistics, 2008-2009 report provides a comprehensive examination of the temperature controlled food / non-food market, including the transport and logistics operations that serve it, with detailed information on each of the main markets. It is essential research for any company investing in the sector, whether manufacturer, retailer, logistics provider, bank or consultancy.


A data rich report

Asian Markets' Expenditure on Processed Foods, 2007
Asian Markets' Expenditure on Processed Foods, 2007

The report will also provide an overview of the supply chain requirements for the movement of temperature controlled goods globally











How to buy Global Cold Chain Logistics 2008-2009 Report

Global Cold Chain Logistics 2008-2009 Report, can be purchased online. Please click on add to cart button above.

Alternatively contact Sarah Smith on +44 (0)1666 519900 or by emailing

The cost for this report is £995 / $1,480. Discounts will be available to members of the Global Cold Chain Alliance.


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