Discover new paths to perfection for your refrigerated cargo logistics
Fresh, frozen & pharma products delivered to any corner of the world.
New paths. New possibilities.
Refrigerated cargo logistics is all about precision – you need commodity expertise, seamless handovers, flexible processes and end-to-end visibility to ensure zero wastage during transit. Discover new paths that cater to the growing needs of the industry and realise new opportunities with integrated cold chain solutions.
The scope of cold supply chains is far broader today than it was a few years ago. Modern setups must adapt to rapid shifts in consumer preferences, satisfy constant demand and comply with increasingly strict safety and hygiene regulations around the world. All while adjusting their response times across geographies, based on the commodity, climate and disruptions. To keep up with all of the above, businesses must seek specialised cold chain solutions that offer much more than cold storage and transportation.
Since the world will always require sustenance and medicine to survive, the food and pharmaceuticals sectors don't have the luxury of downtime. For them, the perfect solution would be one that is always on its toes, seamlessly managing handovers across the chain, and enabling swift decisions based on market trends and opportunities.
How your cold supply chain can stand out
A guide to efficient cold chain logistics
The first step towards finding the right solution for your perishables is identifying the problem.
To help you find the best fit for your products, we have prepared a guide that enumerates the most common challenges in refrigerated cargo logistics, across various commodities – Protein & Dairy, Fish & Seafood, Fruits & Vegetables, Bananas & Pines, and Pharmaceuticals followed by industry-leading solutions known for proven results.
Trust and Technology: The Links in a Sustainable Cold Chain
Despite changing market situations, capacity and labour shortages, and rising energy prices, the cold chain market is expected to reach USD 600 billion by 2026.
To ensure steady growth in these times, we must leverage technology to build an end-to-end sustainable cold chain ecosystem that you and your customers can trust.
Trust and Technology: The Links in a Sustainable Cold Chain, a whitepaper we developed in partnership with Reuters Events, gives you insights on securing a seamless cold chain in a fragmented data universe.
The Maersk Industry Spotlight
Latest trends and updates from the global logistics and supply chain industries
Let nothing catch you off guard
Having an integrated cold chain logistics partner that you can trust with your fish & seafood business ensures operational efficiency and growth. You can benefit from predictability and avoid any disruptions that may arise because of multiple logistic partners.
Listen to industry expert Thue Barfod, Global Vertical Head, Fish & Seafood, A.P. Moller – Maersk, talk in detail about the importance of having a trusted cold chain logistics partner for your fish & seafood business.
Key reefer trends and challenges to look out for 2023
A partnership that takes care of the world - Q2 2022
Refrigerated Cargo – Q1 2022
The southern hemisphere is in the midst of peak fruits and vegetables season, even as congestion issues in ports around the world continue to remain a key focus area for the refrigerated cargo industry. Bruce Marshall, Maersk’s Head of Refrigerated Cargo, talks about how we are supporting our customers with solutions that best suit their needs. Also hear from him on how customers can tackle challenges and protect their shipments.
Refrigerated Cargo – Q4 2021
SSIB is now available for bookings of refrigerated cargo
With Self Service Instant Booking or SSIB, we have made it easier for you to book online with a simple and smart process which includes auto-validation of assets like equipment availability and space along with other critical checkpoints in the booking process.
An increasing number of online bookings can now receive instant confirmation. So you can start planning the delivery of your cargo without any waiting time.
Instant confirmation is only available when booking a standard reefer container. It’s not applicable for bookings of Magnum, Super Freezer, Starcare, and Starfresh.
Reel in the perfect solution
To grow and diversify your business in the fish & seafood industry, you must have a cold chain logistics partner who understands the sensitive nature of your fish & seafood business. At Maersk, we have products and services designed keeping in mind the challenges of fish & seafood logistics. As an end-to-end logistics provider, we offer data-driven solutions, digital visibility tools and can handle cargo throughout your logistics journey.
- The largest fleet of cold chain containers
- A global network of cold store facilities
- Access to a vast global logistics network with local presence
- Digital tools like Captain Peter for real-time visibility of cargo
So go on, explore an integrated approach to cold chain logistics. Bait the best ideas for your fish & seafood business.
How does more visibility help you manage your Refrigerated cargo better
Captain Peter, Maersk’s digital assistant for temperature-controlled cargo, provides more visibility to the conditions inside containers in transit. Data points such as temperature and humidity are relayed to the digital platform, giving our customers the ability to act quickly should something go awry. Hear from Ken West on how transparency and visibility helps customers and what’s coming next for Captain Peter
Novo Nordisk’s journey with Maersk to build a conscious supply chain
At Maersk, our cold chain solutions constantly strive to ensure that your refrigerated cargo reaches its destination on time and in peak condition by offering you an unbroken supply chain.
This means our initiatives and solutions are consciously developed to sustain both your business and the planet we share. An example of this is our partnership with Novo Nordisk which delivered life-saving medicines while taking us closer to our goal of taking care of the planet.
Watch this video to understand how this collaboration helped Novo Nordisk move closer to their goal of going net zero.
From the farms of Costa Rica to the shelves of Canada
Metro Richelieu, one of Canada’s largest food retailers, restocks its shelves six times a week, with pineapples imported from Costa Rica.
What happens along the way? In a short documentary produced in partnership with the BBC, Martine Papineau, Inbound Transportation at Metro Richelieu, and Katharina Poehlmann, Former Global Head of Cold Chain Logistics at Maersk, explain how integrated cold chain logistics work round the clock to bring the tropical delight to Metro's shelves, 3,000 miles from origin.