Centro Nippon Fruehauf Cooltech Inc is focused towards the growing cold chain industry in the country through it’s brand Cooltech. The company has recognized the immense potential of this industry, which is seeing a significant increase in demand due to the rising need for temperature-controlled transport of perishable goods.
The cold chain industry in the Philippines has been growing steadily over the past few years, driven by the increasing demand for food products such as fruits, vegetables, meat, and dairy products. According to a report by Allied Market Research, the global cold chain market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 15.9% from 2021 to 2028.
This growth is largely attributed to the growing demand for processed food, technological advancements in the cold chain industry, and the increasing need for temperature-controlled logistics in developing countries.
CFCI’s response to this growing industry is the Cooltech brand, which produces quality refrigerated van (refvan) bodies. These refvan bodies are designed to meet the specific needs of the cold chain industry, ensuring that the products being transported are kept at the required temperature throughout the journey.
Cooltech refvan bodies are equipped with advanced cooling technology that maintains the temperature inside the vehicle, even in extreme weather conditions. The company has invested in state-of-the-art equipment and technology to ensure that its refvan bodies are of the highest quality, with strict quality control measures in place to ensure that each unit meets the highest standards.
Mr. Nieva further added, “We understand the importance of after-sales service and support, which is why we provide regular maintenance checks, repairs, and replacement of parts to ensure that our refvan bodies are operating at their optimal level. Our focus on quality and customer service has helped us build a strong reputation in the industry, and we are well-positioned to lead the way in providing reliable and high-quality solutions to meet the demands of the cold chain industry in the Philippines.”