TESSOL, a globally recognized Indian cold chain solution provider that aims to solve the last-mile distribution problem in India, is set to raise the bar of cold chain solutions in India. The brand had launched a breakthrough ice-cream and frozen food delivery solution last year, indiWRAP, which has been extremely successful in helping brands fulfill their promise and reach a wider customer base.
Encouraged by the success in ice cream delivery with eCommerce brands, TESSOL has expanded the product range to include other verticals like gourmet chocolates, imported fruits, seafood and meats, and pharmaceutical products. The solution ensures product quality with a 60 min temperature maintenance guarantee in every delivery without using any insulation and this further help brands increase their delivery radius in a simple and cost-effective manner. With insulation, the product can be cost-effectively transported up to 72 hours!
Commenting on the success of indiWRAP, Rajat Gupta, founder and chief executive officer, TESSOL, said, “We are excited about the success of our PCM-based indiWRAP in keeping the ice-cream and frozen chilled while maintaining the taste on the go. With the new expanded range, a lot more Brands will be able to benefit from this technology this summer. This will not only increase the brand’s bandwidth but further help them gaining their customers trust and confidence.”
Further, speaking on the technology, he added, “Phase Change Material (PCM) is a substance which releases/absorbs large amounts of energy at a defined freezing /melting point to provide useful heat/cooling. TESSOL’s innovation is in leveraging their PCM technology to make a solution which is extremely affordable and acts as a viable ice and dry ice alternative.”
The indiWRAP solutions are available in many variations and specially built for pharmaceutical, chilled and frozen foods. Depending on the requirement, various volume options ranging from 50 ml to 200 ml are available. The company currently makes several lac indiWRAPS per month and has doubled its capacity to prepare for this summer.