In its ninth year of operations, the company has also clocked several achievements such as, reducing the GHG emissions by 1 million tons, preventing 3 million tons of food wastage and reducing the operating costs by over 45%.
“The cold chain market globally and especially in India is rapidly growing backed by the unprecedented demand for last-mile food delivery. Our belief and investments in sustainable cold chain is taking shape and our clients are steadily moving away from the dry ice and adopting more sustainable solutions. It shows in the fact that Tessol is part of food delivery for 5 out of 10 food manufacturers in India,” said Niranjana Neelakantan, Co-founder and COO, Tessol, in a statement.
Some of the recent engagements of Tessol include the introduction of its range of breakthrough indiWRAP solutions. The company says indiWRAP is of huge demand and is widely used by leading ice cream manufacturers along with Tessol’s phase change material technology to deliver millions of products without sacrificing the product integrity. Pharma giants and leading fish and meat suppliers are successfully delivering the medicines and fresh products without any wastage to its customers across India.
“Sustainable Cold chain solutions are fast becoming an integral part of a brand’s product roadmap. Brands have started integrating the cold chain strategy and involving the cold chain solution providers during the product design. This helps them deliver viable, reliable and sustainable products. We are very excited with the historic growth momentum and have expanded in the Middle East, and New Zealand. We are aggressively looking to expand our reach to other international markets too,” Rajat Gupta, Co-founder and CEO, Tessol, said in a statement.
Tessol, a globally recognised Indian player is well-funded by leading investors, such as Mela Ventures, Ankur Capital, 1CrowdAngels and 1Fund.