"India Cold Chain Conclave" is scheduled on September 20 in Srinagar

Srinagar, September 9: The business community in Jammu and Kashmir is prepared for some fresh ideas and initiatives with the first-ever national conference on the cold chain industry taking place in Srinagar on September 20.

According to a statement made by PHDCCI Kashmir, as Jammu and Kashmir prepares for the first-ever national conference devoted to the cold chain sector, the entrepreneurial scene in the region is about to undergo a significant transition.


This historic occasion, dubbed the “India Cold Chain Conclave – Himalayan Chapter,” is being organised by the Department of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare and the PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PHDCCI), with the National Centre for Cold Chain Development (NCCD) serving as the Knowledge Partner and Think Tank.

The event is scheduled to take place at the KICC in Srinagar on September 20. The J&K Fruit & Vegetable Processing and Integrated Cold Chain Association (JKIPCCA) and the Directorate of Horticulture Kashmir have both expressed their strong support for the conference.

According to the statement, its main goal is to provide a platform that would encourage local business owners in Jammu and Kashmir to explore, invest in, and prosper in the cold chain sector.

According to the statement, under the general topic of “A Robust and Efficient Cold Chain Infrastructure,” this event offers a special chance for J&K’s businesses to interact with and get access to the newest cold chain infrastructure and technologies all within their local area. To ensure their presence at the conclave, local businesses who are eager to take part in this historic event must register and contact the Directorate of Horticulture or PHDCCI as soon as possible.

This gives a unique opportunity for businesspeople in Jammu and Kashmir to investigate the enormous potential of the cold chain sector and cultivate beneficial relationships within it. The statement continued, “This is a unique opportunity that should not be passed up.”



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