Technological assessment of global warming inference for cold supply chain performance
by Neeraj Kumar; Mohit Tyagi; Anish Sachdeva
International Journal of Logistics Systems and Management (IJLSM), Vol. 44, No. 1, 2023

Abstract: Now a day, a need arises to maintain and improve the self-life and texture of temperature sensitive products in a wide range with a stable supermarket of cold supply chain. Since, the cold supply chain uses a very huge amount of energy consumption and hazardous refrigerants in refrigeration process of the temperature sensitive products, the attention over its operations and related emission become very important from the environmental as well as economic point of view. This paper aims to identify and analyse the most critical criteria related to the emissions from the cold supply chain and to find out the best possible alternatives that optimise the cold supply chain performance cost as well as global warming cost of the same.

Online publication date: Thu, 26-Jan-2023

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