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Vietnam cold storage market has increased at a five year CAGR ~% from USD ~ million in 2011 to USD ~ million in 2016. The processed meat and seafood industry grew from USD ~ billion in 2011 to USD ~ billion in 2013. For more information on the research report, refer to below link: – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Vietnam Cold Chain Industry will be Driven by Growth in Cold Storage and Transport Capacity Backed by Increase in Number of Convenience Stores and Mini Marts: Ken Research


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Vietnam Cold Chain Industry will be Driven by
Growth in Cold Storage and Transport Capacity
Backed by Increase in Number of Convenience
Stores and Mini Marts Ken Research
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The restaurants, shopping malls and supermarkets
have supported the demand for transport of
refrigerated transport as well as storage in the
country. Furthermore, the trend of young
Vietnamese preferring to purchase from
supermarkets rather than the wet fish markets has
been on the rise owing to the consumers attaining
to the factors such as quality and cleanliness in
the supermarkets. This trend has increased the
demand of cold storage and transport services in
the country.
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  • The report titled Vietnam Cold Chain Market by
    Cold Storage and Cold Transport, Product Type
    (Bakery, Confectionary, Dairy, Meat SeaFood,
    Vaccines Pharmaceutical, Fruits Vegetables,
    Chemicals) Outlook to 2021 by Ken Research
    suggested a positive CAGR of 10.4 in terms of
    total cold chain revenue in the next 5 years till
    2021.
  • Cold storage demand in Vietnam is high which has
    attributed 50 occupancy rate at nearly all
    facilities. Capacity has quadrupled over the past
    10 years, but most facilities are used by the
    seafood export industry rather than for domestic
    consumption. The cold chain companies have been
    increasing their cold storage capacity over the
    years and various companies are planning to
    increase it in future due to the growing cold
    chain market in the country. The demand for cold
    storage and transport systems have increased over
    the years with rising pharmaceutical industry and
    frozen and processed food industry. The
    construction of a Cold Storage Warehouse in Ho
    Chi minh

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  • City, Vietnam by CLK Cold Storage Company Limited
    in 2016 can be stated as an example. It is a JV
    established by Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. ("K"
    Line), Cool Japan Fund Inc. (Cool Japan) and
    Japan Logistic Systems Corp. (Japan Logistic
    Systems).
  • The restaurants, shopping malls and supermarkets
    have supported the demand for transport of
    refrigerated transport as well as storage in the
    country. In recent years, the super marts and
    mini marts have become popular amongst the
    Vietnamese. This can be advocated from the fact
    that there were 1,500 convenience stores across
    the country and this number is expected to
    increase in the future. In addition to this,
    there are 1,300 new supermarket and 350 trade
    centers that are in the pipeline for 2020 in the
    country. The modern retail trade concept has
    grown improved from being only two supermarkets
    in HCM. To support this growing demand, ABA
    Cooltrans hopes to put itself at the forefront of
    Vietnams cold chain expansion. The companys 200
    reefer trucks handled 54,000 tonnes

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in 2016, and a newly acquired 15,000
pallet-capacity cold storage facility in Hanoi
saw throughput of 100,000 tonnes. The major
players in Vietnam cold chain market include
Kuehne Nagel, Swire Cold Storage, Preferred
Freezer Services, Schenker, Agility, APL, K-Line,
Maersk Logistics, CLK Logistics, Panasato, Sojitz
and Kokubu, Konoike Vina, Mekong logistics, Hung
Vong and Lotte Logistics. Key Topics Covered in
the Report Reefer Trucks in Vietnam Reefer
Container Train in Vietnam Reefer Truck Sales
Vietnam Tariff cost logistics Vietnam Competition
Swire Cold Storage Vietnam
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  • Port Based Bonded Warehouses Vietnam
  • Cold Chain Equipments Market Vietnam
  • Trends Cold Storage Vietnam
  • Number of Bonded Warehouse Vietnam
  • Vietnam Medium Warehouses
  • Freezer Services Cold Storage Vietnam
  • Cold Chain Temperature Monitoring in Vietnam
  • Sea Food Sales Yogurt Vietnam
  • Challenges Cold Chain Vietnam
  • Logistics Cost Cold Chain Vietnam
  • Cold Chain Infrastructure Vietnam
  • Railway Reefer Container Vietnam
  • Export Frozen Food Market Vietnam
  • Trends Refrigerated Storage Vietnam

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For more information on the research report,
refer to below link https//www.kenresearch.com/
automotive-transportation-and-warehousing/logistic
s-and-shipping/vietnam-cold-chain-market/142347-10
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