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3|6 SE ASIA
2017/09/22
Similarities can be seen in some recent trends in the cold chain industry across Southeast Asia.
 
Countries around Southeast Asia are experiencing population and economic growth. These factors are pushing up consumer demand and logistics needs for goods that require low or constant temperature management, most notably food-stuffs such as agricultural and marine products and frozen foods.
 
The majority of goods that are stored in refrigerated warehouses, a key node in the low or constant temperature logistics industry, are food products, and increasing demand for food storage is expanding the refrigerated storage industry. Global trade in foodstuffs expanded at an annual rate of 9.9% from 2005 to 2013. Demand for imports have increased sharply in Asia, with demand also rising for refrigerated storage in major ports of food importing countries.
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