Future Trends of Cold Chain in Indonesia


Cold chain infrastructure has become an important issue for countries in the world, especially for countries that are rich in natural resources such as Indonesia. With a fairly dense population and uneven distribution, building a well-mapped cold chain infrastructure is a homework for Indonesia. The upstream industry must be well connected to the downstream industry. Shipping methods must be well recorded and traceable using a digitization system. Large cold warehouse automation as buffer stock and also as distribution center has to be installed in big cities that are strategically located and can facilitate the provision of tools. Industry 4.0 equipped with e-commerce applications and market places are an immediate need in supporting the national food security program. Coupled with green environmental issues and environmentally friendly refrigerants, the application of the cold chain industry must be appropriate. All of the above will be discussed in a webinar with the topic: Future Trends of Cold Chain in Indonesia, the collaboration between ARPI and Danfoss Indonesia and supported by Mayekawa Indonesia, on Tuesday, October 13, 2020, at 2:00 to 3:30 PM WIB (Bangkok time). Please register to the link: http://register.gotowebinar.com/register/1217301615363717388