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IARW Announces 2016 List of World’s Largest Temperature-Controlled Warehousing and Logistics Providers

Industry July 7, 2016

Source: http://www.gcca.org/

Alexandria, Virginia, July 6, 2016 – The International Association of Refrigerated Warehouses (IARW) has released its annual Global Top 25 List of the largest temperature-controlled warehousing and logistics providers in the world. Accompanying the Global Top 25 is the IARW North American Top 25 List. IARW has also compiled a list of the largest operators in Latin America and the Caribbean and Europe, reflecting the strength of the cold chain in both regions. The lists are determined by total capacity of temperature-controlled space.

Companies worldwide reported increased capacity and several new companies joined IARW in the past year. As a result, the combined space of IARW total membership is significantly higher.

IARW members currently own or operate 4.96 billion cubic feet (140.50) million cubic meters) – a 4.88% increase from May 2015 when the lists were last published.

The Global Top 25 currently operates 3.86 billion cubic feet (109.57 million cubic meters) – an 8.13% increase from 2015. The North American Top 25 operates 3.03 billion cubic feet (86.01 million cubic meters) – an 8.15% increase from 2015. The European Top 10 operates 568.72 million cubic feet (16.1 million cubic meters). The Latin American Top 20 operates 249.3 million cubic feet (7.05 million cubic meters).

“The increase in capacity reflects continued consolidation and growth of the global cold chain industry,” said IARW President & CEO Corey Rosenbusch. “As our members expand into non-traditional sectors such as fresh and customized supply chain services, capacity will steadily increase.”

IARW represents over 1,190 temperature-controlled facilities across 60 countries. IARW warehouse members offer a range of logistics solutions, including storage, transportation, processing, blast freezing, exports, and more. A complete listing of all IARW warehouse members can be found in the Global Cold Chain Directory, which is available for free online or as a mobile app. For more information, visit www.gcca.org/directory.

Download the 2016 IARW Top 25 Lists as a PDF

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Eastern Propak in final approval stages for 65,000-square-foot expansion

Construction July 7, 2016

Source: www.producenews.com

Glassboro, NJ-based Eastern Propak LLC is in its final approval stages for its 65,000-square-foot facility expansion, which will house cold storage, repacking operations and administrative offices.

In late June, General Manager Jeff Danner told The Produce News the building plans have been approved.

“’We’re in the final processes of assignment, permits and other red tape, which will take a few months” said Danner. “The building process will take seven to nine months, and we’re hoping to have it finished in time for the next Chilean season.”

The expansion is needed. Danner said the company stored as much product off site as it did on site in the past year. It recently added a new citrus bagging line, bringing it to four lines, and it’s already looking at a fifth. The expansion will more than double its storage capacity.

“Our current building is 100,000 square feet,” said Danner. “It will house an office complex and additional repack space.”

The new building will be connected to its existing facility via a 75-foot tunnel, where a new break and locker room for employees will be built.

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Imperial Logistics expands facility for healthcare sector in Centurion

Construction July 7, 2016

Source: www.stattimes.com

July 06, 2016: Imperial Logistics has invested in a new, multimillion, state-of-the art warehousing and additional office space at its Centurion head office.

Lara Haigh, managing director, reveals that the business needed additional capacity following its diversification into the pharmaceutical wholesaling, medical devices and animal health markets.

As a result of the expansion, which will enable Imperial’s Pharmed pharmaceutical wholesale and distribution business to move into the Centurion facility, clients will reap the benefits of a refined and cost effective ‘over the fence’ supply chain solution, Haigh explains.

She reveals that Pharmed, which specialises in the wholesale supply and distribution of healthcare related products will be moving in as of June 2018.

“The move will result in efficiency gains for both business units,” Haigh states.

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Food and Beverage Cold Chain Logistics Industry in the Food Sector Global Analysis Grow at CAGR 11.18% 2016 – 2020

Demand July 7, 2016

Source: http://www.einnews.com/

About the Food and Beverage Cold Chain Logistics Market

A cold chain is a type of supply chain that involves the storage and transportation of temperature-sensitive goods. Thermal and refrigerated packaging methods are used to help with the transportation and storage of temperature-sensitive goods; extensive logistics planning ensures the integrity of these goods. A cold chain is a temperature-controlled supply chain process used to maintain ideal storage conditions for different products and commodities. It provides temperature-controlled warehouses for surface storage and refrigerated transport vehicles for physical distribution of products at optimal temperatures. It is used widely to store and transport fruits, vegetables, drugs, and medicines without spoilage. Cold storage increases shelf life and maintains product quality. Cold chain service providers also offer various value-added services that improve the efficiency of the supply chain management (SCM) process.

Technavio’s analysts forecast the global food and beverage cold chain logistics market to grow at a CAGR of 11.18% by revenue during the period 2016-2020.

Covered in this report
The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global food and beverage cold chain logistics market for 2016-2020. To calculate the market size on the basis of volume, the report considers the storage capacity of only the public refrigerated warehouses worldwide.

The market is divided into the following segments based on geography:
• Americas
• APAC
• EMEA

Technavio’s report, Global Food and Beverage Cold Chain Logistics Market 2016-2020, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. The report covers the market landscape and its growth prospects over the coming years. The report also includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market.

Key vendors
• AmeriCold Logistics
• Kloosterboer Group
• Lineage Logistics
• Nichirei Logistics Group
• Preferred Freezer Services
• John Swire & Sons

Other prominent vendors
• AGRO Merchants Group
• Blokland Cold Stores B.V.
• Bring Frigoscandia
• Burris Logistics
• C & M Cold Stores Ltd.
• Claus Sørensen A/S
• Cloverleaf Cold Storage
• ColdEX
• Coldstar
• Colfridis Invest NV
• Confederation Freezers
• Dev Bhumi Cold Chain
• Fresh Logic P
• Frio Puerto Valencia, S.L.
• Frissul – Entrepostos Frigorificos, S.A.
• Gati Kwe
• Guizhou Zhiji Logistics
• ITOCHU LOGISTICS
• Leen Menken Distri-Services BV
• MAVE Ltd.
• Nordic Cold Storage
• RLS Logistics
• Shanghai Hengfu Logistic
• Shanghai Zhengming Modern Logistics
• Snowman Logistics
• Stockhabo b.v.ba.a
• Tiefkühlcenter Bocholt GmbH
• Trenton Cold Storage
• VPA Logistics

Market driver
• Need to reduce food wastage
• For a full, detailed list, view our report

Market challenge
• Lack of efficient logistic support
• For a full, detailed list, view our report

Market trend
• Growing demand from emerging economies
• For a full, detailed list, view our report

Key questions answered in this report
• What will the market size be in 2020 and what will the growth rate be?
• What are the key market trends?
• What is driving this market?
• What are the challenges to market growth?
• Who are the key vendors in this market space?
• What are the market opportunities and threats faced by the key vendors?
• What are the strengths and weaknesses of the key vendors?

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Panama To Open Expanded Canal On June 26

Construction April 7, 2016

Source: http://www.foodlogistics.com/

Panama will open its newly expanded multi-billion dollar shipping canal on June 26, nearly two years behind schedule.

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Starkist in Samoa needs more cold storage space

Demand April 7, 2016

Source: http://www.radionz.co.nz/

For the past ten years the American Samoa cannery, StarKist Samoa has been trying to secure additional cold storage space for its tuna production operations.

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Cold weather bad news for apple growers

Uncategorized April 7, 2016

Source: http://wnyt.com/

In Castleton, NY Apple farmers are concerned about the current cold weather which can kill buds on the apple trees.

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Dairy farmers dump milk on road in protest against Omfed

Legislation April 7, 2016

Source: http://www.orissapost.com/

Farmers and milk producers in Basudevpur, India are dumping gallons of milk on the street to protest an alleged anti-farmer policy.

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Potato preservation starts in cold storages

Warehousing April 7, 2016

Source: http://www.thefinancialexpress-bd.com

Preservation of potatoes in the cold storage buildings of Nilphamari has started but could be going faster.

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Helping Farmers Keep Their Cool

Demand April 7, 2016

http://www.khmertimeskh.com/

Because heat is one of a farmer’s greatest enemies, as many as 50 percent of the fruit and vegetables harvested in Cambodia are lost because of a lack of cold storage.

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