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Global Freezing Solutions Market Report 2019-2035 : Growth Opportunities | COVID-19 Impact Analysis

Published Date :

2021-03-15

Report Pages :

264

Format :

PDF

Region Covered :

Global

Global Freezing Solutions Market Overview

Freezing food is one of the important sources for preservation of food. In today’s world we have ample number of opportunities for convenient food. The concept of convenient food is widely used by all humans around the globe. With the advent of the technology of freezing, preservation methods of food for humans and animals allow taste, texture and nutritional value to be the same. Plate freezing technology is widely used for food preservation allowing texture, taste, nutritional value. This technology helps rapid efficient and advanced freezing solutions to preserve the food quality as well. This technology caters to the changing human demands and combines world class machinery to provide the innovative vision to perform efficiently. This technology is not only cost effective to the traditional freezing methods as they have higher capacity and better quality of product. This upcoming technology meets the demands and requirements of the food industry and can be used for freezing purposes. It is also very important to maintain the freshness and quality before the product passes to the customers. The freezing process is a combination of the beneficial effects of low temperatures at which microorganisms cannot grow, chemical reactions are reduced, and cellular metabolic reactions are delayed.

The frozen food market is one of the largest and most dynamic sectors of the food industry. In spite of considerable competition between the frozen food industry and other sectors, extensive quantities of frozen foods are being consumed all over the world. The industry has recently grown to a value of over US$ 75 billion in the U.S. and Europe combined. This number has reached US$ 27.3 billion in 2001 for total retail sales of frozen foods in the U.S. alone. In Europe, based on U.S. currency, frozen food consumption also reached 11.1 million tons in 13 countries in the year 2000

Global Freezing Solutions Market Segmentation

By Industries

  • Fish and Seafood
  • Meat and Poultry
  • Fruits and Vegetables
  • Liquids and Fluids
  • Pet Food
  • Ready Meals
  • Baked Foods
  • Dairy Products
  • Pharmaceuticals  Products

By Products

  • Vertical Freezers
  • Horizontal Freezers
  • Handling

By Region

  • North America
  • Europe
  • Asia-Pacific
  • Middle East and Africa
  • Latin America

Global Freezing Solutions Market Dynamics

Growth Driver and Challenges

  • Freezing preservation retains the quality of agricultural products over long storage periods. As a method of long-term preservation for fruits and vegetables, freezing is generally regarded as superior to canning and dehydration, with respect to retention in sensory attributes and nutritive properties .The safety and nutrition quality of frozen products are emphasized when high quality raw materials are used, good manufacturing practices are employed in the preservation process, and the products are kept in accordance with specified temperatures. Freezing has been successfully employed for the long-term preservation of many foods, providing a significantly extended shelf life.
  • The process involves lowering the product temperature generally to -18 °C or below. The physical state of food material is changed when energy is removed by cooling below freezing temperature. The extreme cold simply retards the growth of microorganisms and slows down the chemical changes that affect quality or cause food to spoil.
  • Freezing preserves quality allowing an expanded distribution range for raw fish; thus research into different freezing methods and their effect on quality is important to the seafood industry. Quality measures affected by freezing include changes in color, texture, water holding capacity, and intracellular/extracellular ice crystal growth effects on structure. Faster freezing rates maintained structural quality and lowered chemical activity of Atlantic sea bass, Atlantic salmon, hake, chicken, and other types of meat . However, there was a threshold-freezing rate after which an increase in freezing rate did not impact overall product quality during storage. Therefore, more research is needed to find a balance between maintaining food quality, while maximizing energy efficiency of household and commercial freezers.
  • The proportion of fresh food preserved by freezing is highly related to the degree of economic development in a society. As countries become wealthier, their demand for high-valued commodities increases, primarily due to the effect of income on the consumption of high-valued commodities in developing countries. The commodities preserved by freezing are usually the most perishable ones, which also have the highest price. Therefore, the demand for these commodities is less in developing areas. Besides, the need for adequate technology for freezing process is the major drawback of developing countries in competing with industrialized countries. The frozen food industry requires accompanying developments and facilities for transporting, storing, and marketing their products from the processing plant to the consumer .Thus, a large amount of capital investment is needed for these types of facilities. For developing countries, especially in rural or semi-rural areas, the frozen food industry has therefore not been developed significantly compared to other countries.
  • In recent years, due to the changing consumer profile, the frozen food industry has changed significantly. The major trend in consumer behavior documented over the last half century has been the increase in the number of working women and the decline in the family size. These two factors resulted in a reduction in time spent preparing food. The entry of more women into the workforce also led to improvements in kitchen appliances and increased the variability of ready-to-eat or frozen foods available in the market. Besides, the increased usage of microwave ovens, affecting food habits in general and the frozen food market in particular, as well as allowing rapid preparation of meals and greater flexibility in meal preparation. The frozen food industry is now only limited by imagination, an output of which increases continuously to supply the increasing demand for frozen products and variability.

Geographical Market (Dominate Market/Target Opportunities)

Developed countries, mostly the U.S., dominate the international trade of fruits and vegetables. The U.S. is ranked number one as both importer and exporter, accounting for the highest percent of fresh produce in world trade. However, many developing countries still lead in the export of fresh exotic fruits and vegetables to developed countries .

For developing countries, the application of freezing preservation is favorable with several main considerations. From a technical point of view, the freezing process is one of the most convenient and easiest of food preservation methods, compared with other commercial preservation techniques. The availability of different types of equipment for several different food products results in a flexible process in which degradation of initial food quality is minimal with proper application procedures. As mentioned earlier, the high capital investment of the freezing industry usually plays an important role in terms of economic feasibility of the process in developing countries. As for cost distribution, the freezing process and storage in terms of energy consumption constitute approximately 10 percent of the total cost. Depending on the government regulations, especially in developing countries, energy cost for producers can be subsidized by means of lowering the unit price or reducing the tax percentage in order to enhance production. Therefore, in determining the economical convenience of the process, the cost related to energy consumption should be considered.

The proportion of fresh food preserved by freezing is highly related to the degree of economic development in a society. As countries become wealthier, their demand for high-valued commodities increases, primarily due to the effect of income on the consumption of high-valued commodities in developing countries like India, China, Japan etc. The commodities preserved by freezing are usually the most perishable ones, which also have the highest price. Therefore, the demand for these commodities is less in developing areas. Besides, the need for adequate technology for freezing process is the major drawback of developing countries in competing with industrialized countries. The frozen food industry requires accompanying developments and facilities for transporting, storing, and marketing their products from the processing plant to the consumer . Thus, a large amount of capital investment is needed for these types of facilities. For developing countries, especially in rural or semi-rural areas, the frozen food industry has therefore not been developed significantly compared to other countries.

In recent years, due to the changing consumer profile, the frozen food industry has changed significantly. The major trend in consumer behavior documented over the last half century has been the increase in the number of working women and the decline in the family size. These two factors resulted in a reduction in time spent preparing food. The entry of more women into the workforce also led to improvements in kitchen appliances and increased the variability of ready-to-eat or frozen foods available in the market. Besides, the increased usage of microwave ovens, affecting food habits in general and the frozen food market in particular, as well as allowing rapid preparation of meals and greater flexibility in meal preparation. The frozen food industry is now only limited by imagination, an output of which increases continuously to supply the increasing demand for frozen products and variability.

Mergers and Acquisitions

Players Specific Data (Product Launch, International and Domestic Players Dominance, sales Distribution)

Some of the notable developments in the global freeze and thaw systems market are given below:

  • Recently, Sartorius Sedim Biotech, a leading manufacturer in the global freeze and thaw systems market announced the launch of a new disposable freeze and thaw system. The company claims that the product has the ability to replace the conventional container based freeze and thaw systems. The new disposable system has all the necessary equipment needed for freezing and thawing and has a storage capacity of around 100L.
  • In January 2019, Farrar Scientific announced that the company has entered into an agreement with Lowenco for a long-term agreement. The partnership is expected to benefit both the companies in terms of enhancing their geographical reach and product portfolio.

DSI is the global leader in fully automatic and manually operated plate freezing solutions, and the whole world is their market. Our solutions meet the most rigorous requirements of the food industry and can be used for virtually all freezing applications. At the same time, our dedicated approach to freezing technology – and our wish to understand customer needs and offer world class solutions and services

 

Sales Distribution in US$ Million

Total frozen Food Sales

$

Baked Foods

26600

Breakfast Foods

1400

Novelties

1050

Ice Cream

1900

Frozen Desserts

4500

Juices /Drinks

827

 

Over the years Industrial Refrigeration entered into several tie-ups with Global Companies like GEA group to introduce the latest refrigeration technologies and practices in India such as: Paraffin Wax Freezers for Refineries, Snow Rooms, Ice Skating Rinks, Dairy Refrigeration, Abattoir Refrigeration and Modified & Controlled Atmosphere Cold Stores.

Starfrost Ltd partnership with parent company Star Refrigeration has enabled them to develop ‘green’ systems, focused on energy saving and significantly reducing lifecycle costs for food manufacturers.

Customer focus and innovation remains the key to their success. Their aim is to further establish Starfrost as a leading supplier of cost effective, energy efficient freezing and chilling systems for the global food industry

Imports and Exports of Freezers

Top Suppliers of Freezers

  • China-$158,834,078
  • Thailand-$109,642,918
  • South Korea-$32,749,542
  • Total Value and Volume of Imports in India
  • Total Value-$393,116,659
  • Total Quantity- 5,625,610

Top Value of Imports by Countries are China (158,834,078), Thailand(109,642,918), South Korea, (32,749,542)United States(20,735,842), Vietnam(13,211,000), Germany(10,630,901), Sweden(9,766,694) etc.

Top Quantity of Imports by Countries are China(3,857,804), United States(1,139,859), Thailand(323,471), South Korea(73,422), Sweden(61,936), Vietnam(41,996), Denmark(35,866)etc.

Global Freezing Solutions Key Market Players

These are some of the important prominent players in the Global Freezing Industry are:- DSI

  • Advanced Cooling and Freezing Systems( Netherlands)
  • Advanced Equipment’s Inc(Canada)
  • Heinen Freezing GMBH& Co KG(Germany)
  • Industrial Refrigeration Pvt Limited(India)
  • Minus18, Weuthen Engineering GMBH(Germany)
  • Nantong Sinrofreeze EquipmentsCo Limited (China)
  • Nantong Worldbase Refrigeration Equipments Co Limited(China)
  • Octo Frost Group
  • malmo (Sweden)
  • Starfrost Limited (United Kingdom)
  • UnifreezingBV (The Netherlands).

COVID-19 impact on "Global Freezing Solutions Market"

The report analyses and includes complete detailed chapter of 50-70 pages about the short term & long terms impact of COVID-19 outbreak on each segment of "Global Freezing Solutions Market" along with government measures to support the sector. It also showcases the current market landscape during COVID, impact of the virus on leading companies, expected demand schedule and supply chain in the industry and other various major factors. This will help you identify those companies that may benefit from this pandemic as well as those that will lose out.

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Key questions answered in this research report

  • What is the total market size by 2035 and what would be the expected growth rate of sales?
  • What are the total sales in 2018-19 and what would be the expected demand over the forecast period?
  • What are the recent developments and business strategy of companies?
  • What are the market opportunities for the existing and entry level players?
  • What are the key market trends?
  • What are the factors which are driving this market?
  • What are the major barriers to market growth?
  • Who are the key vendors in this market space?

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