Shine India  Cold Storage


A cold chain is a temperature-controlled supply chain. An unbroken cold chain is an uninterrupted series of refrigerated production, storage and distribution activities, along with associated equipment and logistics, which maintain a desired low-temperature range. It is used to preserve and to extend and ensure the shelf life of products, such as fresh agricultural produce, seafood, frozen food, photographic film, chemicals, and pharmaceutical products.

The Indian cold chain industry is expected to clock a CAGR of 13-15% in the coming five fiscals through 2022 compared to the average CAGR of 11-13% in the previous five fiscals. This will potentially swell the industry from Rs 24,800 crores in 2017 to Rs 47,200 crores in 2022. This economic progress also denotes India’s potential to emerge as the food factory of the world by 2030. As India is set to discover its potential to emerge as the food factory of the world; it is up to the industry members to be ready and also get others ready for this growth journey, with innovative, affordable, efficient and sustainable cold chain solutions for tomorrow’s India and bring that CHILL factor the country needs to be at par with the rest of the world.

With this vision in line with national interest, #SHINE INDIA GOODS AND INFRA has started setting up cold storage warehouses across India, 1(one) or more cold storages for every 3(three) FMCG warehouses located in a district based on demand and supply rate, so that all varieties of products are made available to #Shine India customers in its Shine India Departmental Stores. Any FMCG based product of major demand manufactured at one corner of India can be made available to all #Shine India Goods And Infra Customers across India at best prices ensuring quality throughout the value chain. 

Salient Features

Unlocking the potential of investment from harvest to retail

Tech Enhancement

Implementing Global best practices

3 Governing role in matching up to the demands – Cost, Capital Commitment & Focus on Core Competency

Optimizing end-to-end supply chain planning