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[February 25, 2013]

Research and Markets Adds Report: India Cold Chain Storage Number, Market & Capacity Forecast to 2017

Feb 25, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) -- Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "India Cold Chain Storage Number, Market & Capacity Forecast to 2017" report to its offerings.

In a release, Research and Markets noted that report highlights include: The cold chain industry is known as the sunrise Industry in India because of its robust future outlook. High growth prospects for the food processing sector along with attractive government incentives (including 51 percent FDI clearance in multi brand retail) makes the cold chain business a goldmine for foreign investors as well.

A country which ranks first in milk production in the world, number two in fruit and vegetable production and has substantial output of marine, meat and poultry products, warrants a fully developed and efficient cold chain facilities. Given this scenario, there is tremendous room for the development of a well-streamlined cold chain sector.

Renub Research study titled India Cold Chain Storage Number, Market & Capacity Forecast to 2017 provides an assessment of the fast-evolving, high-growth Cold Storage Market in India.

Data Sources This report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by Renub Research team of industry experts.

Primary sources include industry surveys and telephone interviews with industry experts.

Secondary sources information and data has been collected from various printable and non-printable sources like search engines, News websites, Government Websites, Trade Journals, White papers, Government Agencies, Magazines, Newspapers, Trade associations, Books, Industry Portals, Industry Associations and access to more than 100 paid databases.

Key Topics Covered 1. Executive Summary 2. India Cold Storage Industry Analysis 2.1 India Cold Storage - Market & Forecast 2.2 India Cold Storage - Number & Forecast 2.3 India Cold Storage - Capacity & Forecast 2.4 India Cold Storage - State-Wise Distribution 2.5 India Cold Storage - Sector-Wise Cold Storage Number & Capacity 3. India Cold Storage Market Share 3.1 India Cold Storage Market Share - Method Wise 3.2 India Cold Storage Market Share - Commodity Wise 3.3 India Cold Storage Capacity Share - Commodity Wise 4. India Cold Storage Market - Method and Commodity Wise Break Up 5. India Cold Storage - Commodity Wise Storage Numbers & Capacity Forecast 5.1 Potato Cold Storage - Numbers, Capacity & Forecast 5.2 Multi-Purpose Cold Storage - Numbers, Capacity & Forecast 5.3 Fruits & Vegetables Cold Storage - Numbers, Capacity & Forecast 5.4 Meat & Fish Cold Storage - Numbers, Capacity & Forecast 5.5 Milk & Milk Products Cold Storage - Numbers, Capacity & Forecast 5.6 Other Products Cold Storage - Numbers, Capacity & Forecast 6. India Cold Storage - Commodity Based State - Wise Distribution (Number & Capacity) 6.1 Potato - State-Wise Distribution of Cold Storage 6.2 Multi Purpose - State-Wise Distribution of Cold Storage 6.3 Fruits & Vegetables - State-Wise Distribution of Cold Storage 6.4 Meat & Fish - State-Wise Distribution of Cold Storage 6.5 Milk & Products - State-wise Distribution of Cold Storage 6.6 Others - State-Wise Distribution of Cold Storage 7. Driving Factors for India Cold Storage 7.1 100 percent Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in India Cold Storage Industry 7.2 FDI in Single & Multi Brand Retail and Growing Retail Industry 7.3 Growth in Processed Food Sector 7.4 Government Initiatives 7.5 Shift towards Horticultural Crops 7.6 Demand from the Pharmaceutical Sector 7.7 Cold Chain - Investment Opportunities 8. Challenging Factor for India Cold Storage 8.1 Huge Capital Requirement & High Energy Costs 8.2 Lack of Logistical Support 8.3 Lacks of Technology & Uneven Distribution of Capacity 8.4 Absence of Comprehensive National Level Policy on Food Processing Sector Report information: http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/vslczl/india_cold_chain ((Comments on this story may be sent to newsdesk@closeupmedia.com))

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