Dyzle, a leader in measuring and analysing business process data for the cold chain in real-time, has appointed India-based TTL Active as a partner to support the company’s growth in the Indian cold chain logistics and warehousing market.
Bert Zandhuis, Chief Executive Officer, Dyzle, said, “With India being a fragmented yet emerging market for cold chain infrastructure, it’s vital we have a partner who has the experience of key market sectors requiring monitoring of temperature-sensitive products to improve compliance within the global cold chain, and to reduce wastage. TTL Active is part of a wider group, TTL Group, which gives them tremendous reach and leverage in key target markets in India, giving us an advantage in addressing the needs of cold chain logistics, pharmaceuticals, processed food, retail and hospitality providers.”
Arun Vasu, Chairman and Managing Director, TTL Active added, “We are pleased that Dyzle chose us as a partner for India. We have 30 years of experience in logistics and more specifically our growing expertise in the temperature sensitive logistics scenario makes this partnership with Dyzle a natural fit. We already provide mobile temperature monitoring through our multi-modal transportation solutions and now with the technologically advanced product range offered by Dyzle, our offering to the end customer will ensure we cover fixed asset temperature monitoring as well.”
Dyzle’s solutions help provide proof or product integrity of temperature-sensitive products being handled in the food, pharmaceutical and retail logistics cold chain. Its complete real-time cold chain monitoring platform provides interpretation and analysis of measured variables such as temperature, humidity, energy consumption and CO2. It is an open independent platform that can integrate and utilise data collected from any source, whether it is from proprietary systems or legacy technologies.
This comes at a time of significant growth potential in the cold chain sector and favourable environment for development in cold chain infrastructure as a result of India’s new leadership. According to TechSci Research, the cold chain industry in India is expected to grow at a CAGR of 28.7 per cent over the next few years and solutions like the one provided by Dyzle will provide much needed visibility to the supply chain. Another recent industry report suggests the value of fruits, vegetables and grains wastage in India is around Indian Rs 440 billion (around $7.2 billion) annually, with fruits and vegetables accounting for the largest portion of that wastage at around Indian Rupees 133 billion (around $2.2 billion).
EP News Bureau– Mumbai