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India Agricultural Cold Storage Industry outlook 2025 - An assessment of demand - supply infrastructure across value chain.

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The publication titled ‘India Agricultural Cold Storage Industry outlook 2025 - An assessment of demand - supply infrastructure across value chain' depicts the snapshot of agriculture in India with core focus on identifying problems at the post-harvest management processes which costs around INR XX Billion (in economic value losses) per annum. Analysts have mapped out the landscape of cold storage industry, skewness in capacity concentration at certain regions, growth drivers, opportunities and challenges restraining the growth till full potential.

Overview of Cold Storage Industry:

While the capacity of cold storage solutions has improved considerably at an aggregate level (XX Mn MT in 2020), there is a lack of cold chain infrastructure at farm-gate and transportation level.  Snapshots on cold storage solutions of top 5 capacity states – Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Gujarat, Punjab and Andhra Pradesh and certain select states – Maharashtra, J&K & Himachal Pradesh, further indicate the inefficiencies as a single commodity storage unit and emphasize on lack of modern technology (controlled atmosphere, pre-conditioning rooms) of such units.

Drivers and Impediments to growth:

While growing food processing industry, rising urbanization and shift in cropping patterns to horticulture are key growth drivers for uptake in demand for cold storage solutions; challenges such as inadequate capacity for multi-storage, high opex, long gestation period & small unorganized players hinders the growth of industry. At a generic level, it takes 5+ years for a cold storage operator to break even with an initial investment of INR XX Mn to set up a unit of XX MT capacity.

Active Participation by Union and State Government

Being a capital intensive business directly impacting 100 Mn+ farming households, Government of India along with state governments have taken pertinent steps to improve the ‘capacity availability’ situation of cold storage units via various schemes. These schemes include PM Kisan Sampada Yojana, Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture, establishment of NCDC, schemes by APEDA for registered exporters, Capital Investment Subsidy Scheme for Horticulture, Agricultural Marketing Infrastructure Scheme, and Agri-reform laws - The Farmers’ Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation, Essential Commodities Act (Amendment) and The Farmers Agreement of Price Assurance and Farm Services Act. As on 31st January 2021, XX cold storageprojects (XX completed and XX on-going) were operational in various parts of India with Maharashtra having XX projects in pipeline.

A Promising Future Outlook:

With maturing Agri-tech ecosystem, increasing traction from start-ups solving farm gate challenges and adoption of technological developments; analysts at Ken Research estimate an addition of XX Mn MT capacity in next five years with an aggregate capacity of XX Mn MT by 2025. The report concludes with highlighting attractiveness of opportunities at farm-gate level coupled with mitigation of short-term challenges which could result in a sound business model emanating from synergies in value chain ownership.

Key Topics Covered in the Report

  • Snapshot of Agriculture in India (State wise Production statistics of Cereals, Horticulture, Meat, Livestock and Poultry)
  • Situation of Farmers in India (Profile of Farmer, Role in Value Chain, Problems and Issues faced in storage of produce)
  • Overview and Segmentation of Cold Storage Units (By Storage Temperature, Technology, Regional & State wise Distribution)
  • Demand side and Supply side Indicators of Cold Storage Solutions
  • Growth Drivers and Challenges to growth of Cold Storage Industry
  • Cold Storage Demand-Supply Profile of Key States – Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Gujarat, Punjab and Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, J&K  and Himachal Pradesh
  • Trends and Developments
  • Union and State Government Support to Cold Storage Sector
  • Impact of COVID-19 and Future Outlook of Industry
  • Business Attractiveness at Farm gate level
  • Recommendations for operating Sustainable Business
READ MORE

Table Of Content

Scope

1.          Snapshot of Indian Agriculture and Post-Harvest Management

1.1.       Indian Agricultural Landscape

1.2.       India Production Statistics

1.3.       Average Loss of Crop-wise Produce

1.4.       Agricultural Production Value Chain

2.          Overview of Cold Storage Industry in India

2.1.       Ecosystem of Agriculture Cold Storage Industry

2.2.       Benefits of Cold Storage Facilities

2.3.       Type of Cold Storage Facilities based on Storage Temperature + Technology

3.          Demand side Requirements of Cold Storage Facilities

3.1.       Demand Landscape of Cold Chain Infrastructure

3.2.       State Specific Capacity to Production Trend

3.3.       Fruit Production and Cold Storage Requirements

3.4.       Production and Cold Storage Requirements of select Vegetables

3.5.       Cold Storage Requirements of Diary, Meat, Livestock and Poultry Products

4.          Supply side Indicators of India Agri-Cold Storage Industry

4.1.       Cold Storage Solutions Capacity in India

4.2.       Key Locations and Segmentation of Cold Storage Units

4.3.       Segmentation of Cold Storage Units

5.          Growth Drivers of India Agricultural Cold Storage Industry

6.          Government Support and Incentives

6.1.       Union Government Support to Cold Storage Industry

6.2.       Government Policies and Initiatives

6.3.       Other Schemes & Incentives

6.4.       The 3 Agri-Reform Laws

6.5.       Various Schemes and Grant-in-Aid Provided

6.6.       Boost to Food Processing Industry

7.          Challenges and Growth Restraints to Cold Storage Industry

8.          Situation of Farmers and their Problems in India

8.1.       Profile of Indian Farmer

8.2.       Role of Various Entities in Pre/Post Harvest Process

8.3.       Issues Faced by Farmers

9.          Profiles of Top 5 Cold Storage Capacity States of India

9.1.       Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal

9.2.       Gujarat, Punjab and Andhra Pradesh

10.        Other Key States for Cold Storage Solutions

10.1.     Maharashtra

10.2.     Other Northern States – J&K, Himachal Pradesh

11.        Trends and developments in Cold Storage Industry

11.1.     Trends in the Cold Storage Sector

11.2.     Technological and Warehousing Development

11.3.     Indian Agri-based Startups

11.4.     Agri-tech Ecosystem

11.5.     Assessment of the Agri-cold Storage Industry

12.        Impact of COVID-19 and Future Outlook of the Industry

12.1.     Impact of COVID-19 on Agricultural Cold Storage Industry

12.2.     Industry Outlook

12.3.     Region Specific Trend

12.4.     Future Trend

13.        Analyst Recommendations

13.1.     Recommendations on Business Attractiveness

13.2.     Recommendation on Proposed Strategy & Business Framework

14.        Appendix

15.        Research Methodology

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The publication titled ‘India Agricultural Cold Storage Industry outlook 2025 - An assessment of demand - supply infrastructure across value chain' depicts the snapshot of agriculture in India with core focus on identifying problems at the post-harvest management processes which costs around INR XX Billion (in economic value losses) per annum. Analysts have mapped out the landscape of cold storage industry, skewness in capacity concentration at certain regions, growth drivers, opportunities and challenges restraining the growth till full potential.

Overview of Cold Storage Industry:

While the capacity of cold storage solutions has improved considerably at an aggregate level (XX Mn MT in 2020), there is a lack of cold chain infrastructure at farm-gate and transportation level.  Snapshots on cold storage solutions of top 5 capacity states – Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Gujarat, Punjab and Andhra Pradesh and certain select states – Maharashtra, J&K & Himachal Pradesh, further indicate the inefficiencies as a single commodity storage unit and emphasize on lack of modern technology (controlled atmosphere, pre-conditioning rooms) of such units.

Drivers and Impediments to growth:

While growing food processing industry, rising urbanization and shift in cropping patterns to horticulture are key growth drivers for uptake in demand for cold storage solutions; challenges such as inadequate capacity for multi-storage, high opex, long gestation period & small unorganized players hinders the growth of industry. At a generic level, it takes 5+ years for a cold storage operator to break even with an initial investment of INR XX Mn to set up a unit of XX MT capacity.

Active Participation by Union and State Government

Being a capital intensive business directly impacting 100 Mn+ farming households, Government of India along with state governments have taken pertinent steps to improve the ‘capacity availability’ situation of cold storage units via various schemes. These schemes include PM Kisan Sampada Yojana, Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture, establishment of NCDC, schemes by APEDA for registered exporters, Capital Investment Subsidy Scheme for Horticulture, Agricultural Marketing Infrastructure Scheme, and Agri-reform laws - The Farmers’ Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation, Essential Commodities Act (Amendment) and The Farmers Agreement of Price Assurance and Farm Services Act. As on 31st January 2021, XX cold storageprojects (XX completed and XX on-going) were operational in various parts of India with Maharashtra having XX projects in pipeline.

A Promising Future Outlook:

With maturing Agri-tech ecosystem, increasing traction from start-ups solving farm gate challenges and adoption of technological developments; analysts at Ken Research estimate an addition of XX Mn MT capacity in next five years with an aggregate capacity of XX Mn MT by 2025. The report concludes with highlighting attractiveness of opportunities at farm-gate level coupled with mitigation of short-term challenges which could result in a sound business model emanating from synergies in value chain ownership.

Key Topics Covered in the Report

  • Snapshot of Agriculture in India (State wise Production statistics of Cereals, Horticulture, Meat, Livestock and Poultry)
  • Situation of Farmers in India (Profile of Farmer, Role in Value Chain, Problems and Issues faced in storage of produce)
  • Overview and Segmentation of Cold Storage Units (By Storage Temperature, Technology, Regional & State wise Distribution)
  • Demand side and Supply side Indicators of Cold Storage Solutions
  • Growth Drivers and Challenges to growth of Cold Storage Industry
  • Cold Storage Demand-Supply Profile of Key States – Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Gujarat, Punjab and Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, J&K  and Himachal Pradesh
  • Trends and Developments
  • Union and State Government Support to Cold Storage Sector
  • Impact of COVID-19 and Future Outlook of Industry
  • Business Attractiveness at Farm gate level
  • Recommendations for operating Sustainable Business
READ MORE

Scope

1.          Snapshot of Indian Agriculture and Post-Harvest Management

1.1.       Indian Agricultural Landscape

1.2.       India Production Statistics

1.3.       Average Loss of Crop-wise Produce

1.4.       Agricultural Production Value Chain

2.          Overview of Cold Storage Industry in India

2.1.       Ecosystem of Agriculture Cold Storage Industry

2.2.       Benefits of Cold Storage Facilities

2.3.       Type of Cold Storage Facilities based on Storage Temperature + Technology

3.          Demand side Requirements of Cold Storage Facilities

3.1.       Demand Landscape of Cold Chain Infrastructure

3.2.       State Specific Capacity to Production Trend

3.3.       Fruit Production and Cold Storage Requirements

3.4.       Production and Cold Storage Requirements of select Vegetables

3.5.       Cold Storage Requirements of Diary, Meat, Livestock and Poultry Products

4.          Supply side Indicators of India Agri-Cold Storage Industry

4.1.       Cold Storage Solutions Capacity in India

4.2.       Key Locations and Segmentation of Cold Storage Units

4.3.       Segmentation of Cold Storage Units

5.          Growth Drivers of India Agricultural Cold Storage Industry

6.          Government Support and Incentives

6.1.       Union Government Support to Cold Storage Industry

6.2.       Government Policies and Initiatives

6.3.       Other Schemes & Incentives

6.4.       The 3 Agri-Reform Laws

6.5.       Various Schemes and Grant-in-Aid Provided

6.6.       Boost to Food Processing Industry

7.          Challenges and Growth Restraints to Cold Storage Industry

8.          Situation of Farmers and their Problems in India

8.1.       Profile of Indian Farmer

8.2.       Role of Various Entities in Pre/Post Harvest Process

8.3.       Issues Faced by Farmers

9.          Profiles of Top 5 Cold Storage Capacity States of India

9.1.       Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal

9.2.       Gujarat, Punjab and Andhra Pradesh

10.        Other Key States for Cold Storage Solutions

10.1.     Maharashtra

10.2.     Other Northern States – J&K, Himachal Pradesh

11.        Trends and developments in Cold Storage Industry

11.1.     Trends in the Cold Storage Sector

11.2.     Technological and Warehousing Development

11.3.     Indian Agri-based Startups

11.4.     Agri-tech Ecosystem

11.5.     Assessment of the Agri-cold Storage Industry

12.        Impact of COVID-19 and Future Outlook of the Industry

12.1.     Impact of COVID-19 on Agricultural Cold Storage Industry

12.2.     Industry Outlook

12.3.     Region Specific Trend

12.4.     Future Trend

13.        Analyst Recommendations

13.1.     Recommendations on Business Attractiveness

13.2.     Recommendation on Proposed Strategy & Business Framework

14.        Appendix

15.        Research Methodology

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What will it include? Statistics and charts only; no qualitative content Qualitative & quantitative aspects of the market Qualitative & quantitative aspects in PDF + statistics and charts in excel Printed report including qualitative and quantitative aspects Qualitative & quantitative aspects in PDF + statistics and charts in excel
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Disclaimer : In no circumstance, the complete / part of the publication may be resold for monetary terms by the client or any other party related to the client or can be made available on third party website or on Google for general public view.
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