Chennai, India: Coldman Logistics is building a temperature controlled warehouse in Sri City, India.
Dev Anand, director, Coldman Logistics, said: “We will be expanding our network to other ports and major cities on pan India basis by building state-of-the-art temperature controlled warehouses, which will cater to food, pharma and other industrial products in next two years.”
Coldman Logistics operates cold chain warehouses in the Western region of India. It proposes to build a large cold chain warehouse in a plot of 5 acres at an investment of Rs 60 crore.
It will have five variant temperature zones along with dry warehousing and vegetable processing area. This warehouse can cater to the storage needs of food, pharma, processing of pre-cut vegetables for export and domestic consumption and other industrial products.
The warehouse is expected to be ready by April 2017.
Posted on June 9, 2016
by Edwin Kalischnig