Brazil Cold Chain Market Outlook To 2023: Ken Research

Brazil Cold Chain Market Outlook To 2023 - Sakshi Post

The report titled “Brazil Cold Chain Market Outlook to 2023 – By Cold Storage and Cold Transportation, By Ownership (Owned and Rented), By End Users (Meat and seafood, Fruits and Vegetables, Dairy products, Bakery and Confectionery, Pharmaceuticals and others)” provides comprehensive information on the Brazil Cold Chain market overview and genesis, market segmentation by type of market (cold storage and cold transport), by end-users (meat and seafood, fruits and vegetables, dairy products, bakery and confectionery, pharmaceuticals and other) and by ownership (owned and rented), trends and developments, issues and challenges, comparative analysis of brazil cold chain market with other countries, competitive landscape in the market, decision making criteria for clients, regulatory framework as well as SWOT analysis pertaining to cold chain market in Brazil. The report also includes future outlook including the cold storage and cold transport market and certain recommendations highlighting the success factors for entering and expanding the market.

Brazil Cold Chain Market Overview and Size

Brazil Cold Chain market was observed in a growing stage wherein the market experienced limited growth during the review period 2013-2018. Major growth drivers include rising exports of meat from the country, increasing retail spending, increased consumption of products such as meat, seafood, dairy, fruits and vegetables, government guidelines promoting the consumption of fresh food over processed food and other factors.

Brazil Cold Chain Market Segmentation

By Type of Market (Cold Storage and Cold Transport): Cold Transport captured the majority of the market share in Brazil during 2018 owing to the large exports of refrigerated products such as meat, sub-tropical fruits and others from the country. In the Cold Transport market, 3PL cold transport dominated the Brazil Cold Chain market and the majority of revenue was generated through international transport through waterways. On the other hand, majority of cold storage warehouses were rented and concentrated in the Southern region of the country. Frozen cold storages dominated the market in 2018.

By End Users (Meat and Seafood, Fruits and Vegetables, Dairy Products, Bakery and Confectionery, Pharmaceuticals and others)

The Brazil Cold Chain market during the year 2018 was majorly dominated by meat and seafood as these products are widely consumed across the country and Brazil is one of the largest exporters of meat in the world. The second leading category in the segment was fruits and vegetables followed by dairy products, bakery and confectionery, pharmaceuticals and others.

By Ownership (Owned and Rented): Third Party Logistic Cold Chain market dominated the Cold Chain industry in Brazil in 2018. Due to the rising costs of establishing and maintaining own cold chain facilities, many companies are resorting to renting or leasing out these facilities from 3PL providers. The 3PL segment was leading in both the cold storage and cold transport markets.

Competitive Landscape in the Brazil Cold Chain Market

The Brazil cold chain market is dominated by domestic players and is highly fragmented with the leading players such as Friozem Armazens Frigorificos Ltda., Superfrio Armazens Gerais Ltda., Arfrio Armazens Gerais Frigorificos, Brado Logistica S/A, Brasfrigo S/A among others acquiring very less share of the total market revenue. These companies compete on the basis of parameters such as temperature range, storage capacity, price per pallet, location and integrated services offered.

Brazil Cold Chain Market Future Outlook and Projections

Over the forecast period 2019-2023, the Brazil Cold Chain market is predicted to grow in terms of revenue owing to the rising exports of refrigerated products from the country, increasing consumption of meat and seafood, fruits and vegetables and others, adopting modern technologies and automation and improved infrastructure facilities. In addition, the market share of cold transport is expected to rise in the near future due to better infrastructure facilities. There will also be a rise in the share of rented cold chain facilities from 3PLs in the market.

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