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India Cold Chain Show 2013
Bombay, India - September 12th to 14th
Exhibition / trade show

India is agriculture based economy having a production of 63.5 million tons of fruits and 125.89 million tons of vegetables, every year. India is also the largest producer of milk (105 million metric tons per year) and produces 6.5 million tons of meat and poultry and 6.1 million tons of fish. In addition to huge size of agro industry, the pharmaceuticals industry in India is the world’s third largest in terms of volume and stands 14th in terms of value.

The 4th international exhibition and conference on cold chain and logistics – India Cold Chain Show is going to take place from 12-13-14 September 2013 at Bombay Exhibition & Convention Centre, Mumbai, India. The exhibition is beneficial for professionals from pharmaceutical, dairy, retail, fruit and vegetable exporters, meat & poultry, food processing, cold logistics companies, horticulture and allied sectors.
Concurrently held ‘India Cold Chain Summit’, focusing on cold chain infrastructure needs, utilising cold chain is scheduled for 12-13 September. ICCS will give a chance to connect with who’s who of cold chain and end-user industry.

September 12th to 14th

Bombay Exhibition Centre

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