Where ‘Change’ is the only constant…

Representatives from the industry are analysing the impact the COVID-19 pandemic is likely to have on the economy, and on businesses as a whole. Few representatives suggest optimism and stability as their present state of functioning, while others try and innovate with different business models to sustain and get through. In both cases, change is the only constant. For the first time, we have been presented with all-round virtual expos where networking and brand showcase takes on an entirely different definition. And we, at Chary Publications are proud to attend webinars, and other online meet-ups and networking sessions, providing the industry with report-worthy content.

The May – June 2020 issue of the Cooling India Magazine, presents its readers with interesting coverage. To name a few – we have the Power Talk @5PM which is hosted on our Instagram handle, the coverage is also run in print in our news section. Also, we have other articles inclusive of guest writers from the industry who write on a wide range of topics.

In this issue we have an article – ‘Understanding supply, the cold chain and logistics sector in the food industry,’ by Dr D.B. Jani, Gujarat Technological University – GTU, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. We also have the representation of other international writers such as Dr Iyad Al-Attar, an Environmental Enthusiast, Air Quality expert for HVAC and land-based gas turbines, who has given us input on Climate Change and the importance of food security. We also have Kiran M.B, Consultant – Cold Chain, Food Distribution – Supply Chain Transportation Equipment & Refrigeration Systems, who speaks specifically on – The Indian Cold Chain sector as being largely ‘Farm to table.’

The next issue of the Cooling India magazine focuses on the Refrigeration in the logistics and the supply chain sector – the use of refrigerants, India is a signatory to the Paris Agreement, the market for refrigerants, the food and beverage industry, the production of the same in a temperature monitored environments in India. Also, the issue will draw special focus to the technologies available for the sake of energy efficiency – HVAC System design and more.

Please do write to me with your inputs and requests to network and participate in our many digital initiatives: pravita@charypublications.in

Pravita Iyer
Publisher & Director

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