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                      COLD CHAIN
                      & WAREHOUSING LOGISTICS
                            EXHIBITION & SEMINAR
                           27 - 28  February 2020
                    Hall No. III, Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon (E), MUMBAI, INDIA
                                 Knowledge Partner

                     Calling all Cold Chain players – Be a part of India’s leading

                mega cargo & logistics show on February 27 and 28, 2020 in Mumbai

       Exim India’s CTL-BHP 2020 (February 27-28, Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai), focusing on all things cargo, transport and logistics, is
       arguably India’s biggest exposition in this sector. With nearly 100 exhibitors showcasing their products, services and technologies, and

       more than 4,500 attendees, including key decision-makers among shippers and consignees, it is a B2B networking event like no other, an
       opportunity to meet potential new clients, explore business prospects and firm up deals.
       Cold chain focus - Cold Chain & Warehousing Logistics Exhibition & Seminar
       This year’s expo has a special section dedicated to the cold chain industry. Data shows that the Indian cold chain market was worth Rs
       1,121 billion in 2018, and is projected to reach Rs 2,618 billion by 2024 at a CAGR of 14.8% during 2019-2024. This will be driven, among
       other things, by the growing organised food retail, the processed food sector, increasing cultivation of fruits and vegetables, and the
       healthcare sector.
       Cold chain is thus an integral part of cargo and logistics, a burgeoning segment that cannot be ignored. The Cold Chain & Warehousing
       Logistics Exhibition & Seminar at CTL-BHP 2020 offers the opportunity for the entire spectrum of cold chain players to gather under one
       roof  -  storage/warehousing  and  other  infrastructure  providers,  reefer  transporters,  key  logistics  and  supply  chain  stakeholders,
       refrigeration/ripening chambers, technology providers and many more – to showcase their latest products, technologies, innovative
       solutions, value-added services, etc.
       Participants, be it service providers, entrepreneurs or sectoral experts, would get to interact and share floor space at the exhibition and
       seminar with leading logistics players like CMA CGM, Adani, Maersk and other international and domestic solutions providers, shipping
       lines, terminal and CFS operators, etc. who are entering the cold chain segment in a big way or have a major focus on cold chain for their
       expansion/diversification plans.
       ‘Futuristic Cold Warehousing & Refrigerated Transportation Systems’ is the key theme of deliberation at the seminar, encompassing
       multiple topics that would be immensely beneficial to attendees.
       Of added significance to the event is the impetus given to the cold chain segment in the recent Budget 2020-21. To build a seamless
       national cold supply chain for perishables, it was announced that the Railways will set up Kisan Rail through PPP. And there will be
       refrigerated coaches in express and freight trains as well. Besides, Krishi Udaan will be launched by the Ministry of Civil Aviation. The
       Budget has also outlined measures to promote storage infrastructure, especially to reduce the wastage of foodgrains.
       An opportunity not to be missed. Convert your cold chain expertise into hot deals. Be there.
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