China’s Cold Chain Due For Rapid Expansion After Pressure From Demand
A recent article titled China Struggles To Keep Up With Cold Chain Demand, (1) noted that in comparison to import traffic, the levels of exports in China exert the strongest pressure on its cold chain infrastructure at airports. This is thought to be due to cold room volumes on the export side of terminals being smaller than those on the import side. Others have called for enhanced investment in China’s railway to support the cold chain and the increasing demand for fresh food within the country...
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