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Archive for August 24, 2021

Temperature controlled transportation

Temperature controlled transportation

Temperature controlled transportation- game changer for the cold chain industry    While you may be working with high quality packaging, transportation vehicles, and have everything else in check, the one thing that is not always controllable is changes in temperature, especially if you are using a non PCM based technology.  With temperature changes during transportation, […]

Resolving the cold chain infrastructure problems?

Resolving the cold chain infrastructure problems?

Lack of proper cold chain infrastructure has been many-a brand’s greatest nightmare always. As a home delivery customer, melted butter, melting ice cream and refrozen meat are also your worst nightmares. Cold chain infrastructure problems are not new to any of us. With the increased focus on vaccine distribution and greater reliance on home delivery, […]

Of Unwavering Determination

Of Unwavering Determination

The single-minded pursuit of making the most of his potential, and to learn as much as he possibly could, led Rajat Gupta to nurture dreams about starting up. After graduating from IIT Delhi, Rajat worked at Bosch for four years, where he felt that his learning goals were being restricted. In his quest to learn […]

How are Women Leaders making a Wave in Logistics and Supply Chain Industry?

How are Women Leaders making a Wave in Logistics and Supply Chain Industry?

Niranjana Neelakantan, Co-founder & COO of Tessol, has been a specialist in organizational design and growth for start-ups and small businesses. Niranjana currently heads the Human Resources and Operations for TESSOL and her leadership brings a keen focus that is driven by her experience in strategy, growth, innovation, and technology. Niranjana joined TESSOL as their […]

Here’s how COVID 19 is impacting the cold chain logistics market

Here’s how COVID 19 is impacting the cold chain logistics market

Unlike most developed countries, cold chain in India has been restricted to secondary and tertiary distribution segments – for movement of goods from factories to CFAs and from there to distributors. This meant that most of the last mile delivery was either done in ambient conditions or with unsafe, unsustainable solutions resulting in product spoilage […]

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