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Lineage Logistics acquires three Benelux operators

Van Tuyl Logistics, H&S Coldstores and Frigocare acquired

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Lineage Logistics continues its programme of acquisitions. Three Benelux operators – Van Tuyl Logistics, H&S Coldstores and Frigocare have been purchased.

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Lineage Logistics’ never-ending pursuit of sustainability in the cold chain

Cool Logistics Global 2021 Gold Sponsor Lineage Logistics provides insight into its push for sustainable innovation
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Energy efficiency and sustainability are no longer buzzwords but a main priority for all players in the cold chain. As an industry leader, Lineage has been at the forefront of providing solutions to any issues facing the cold chain. We’ve been ahead of global sustainability concerns for years, but socioeconomic factors outside the cold chain sphere have forced all of us to double down on our efforts. Looking forward, we will leave no stone unturned in our pursuit of creating efficiencies throughout the cold chain.

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A sustainable cold chain

A sustainable cold chain
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Developing countries are being provided with models to develop sustainable cold chains. A sustainable cold chain will reduce food loss and waste. The Cold Chain Database and Modelling initiative has been launched by the Global Food Cold Chain Council (GFCCC) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) OzonAction. 

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Cold chain market outlook

Cold chain market outlook
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Cold chain market outlook. Reportlinker.com estimates growth of 12.93% in 2021. Increased demand from the pharmaceutical and processed food sectors have influenced growth. The cold chain market is expected to reach $344.51 billion in 2025. This is at a CAGR of 9.49%. 

Important to note that global reefer trade reduced to 0.4% in 2020. Industry experts Drewry expect seaborne reefer traffic to grow at an average rate of 4% after 2021

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