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Cold storage is one of the important infrastructures in the cold chain logistics industry. In recent years, the amount of cold storage in China has increased, but it is still insufficient compared with the huge market demand. China's demand for cold storage in the first half of 2018 exceeded 1.5 million square meters, up 14.9 percent year on year, according to the China Federation of Materials Industry. At present, domestic cold storage demand is mainly concentrated in The north, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen, as well as Fujian, Tianjin, Zhejiang, Jiangsu, Shandong, Chongqing, Henan and other places.
As an important tool of fresh-keeping in cold chain logistics, cold storage is related to many market segments. Among them, the third party logistics enterprises have the largest demand for multi-cold storage, while the food processing enterprises have the smallest demand.
Enterprises in the six fields in the figure above have a great demand for cold storage, which is mainly due to the following reasons: 1. Second, the current lease cold storage contract expires or is about to be demolished; Third, seasonal business needs, temporary need for cold storage turnover; Fourth, the emergence of new entrants, key cities need cold storage network support. The demand for cold storage is increasing day by day, and the focus area of the cold storage rental market is similar to the focus area of the demand. According to incomplete statistics, in the first half of 2018, the lettable refrigerated storage area in China exceeded 3.3 million square meters, up 12.1 percent year on year. The rental scope of cold storage is mainly concentrated in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen, as well as Hubei, Shandong, Jiangsu, Liaoning, Shandong, Henan and other places.
By comparing the heat map of cold storage demand with the heat map of cold storage rental, it can be seen that the domestic cold storage supply and demand pattern has the following characteristics: supply and demand are flourishing in cities such as Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou. Fujian, Zhejiang, Guizhou, Henan and other places with strong demand and cold storage inventory shortage. These are mainly second-tier provincial capitals, which will face a new round of rapid economic development and consumption upgrading, and the cold storage market will be further expanded in the future.
Hubei, Hunan, Shandong and other provinces and cities cold storage relative surplus. First of all, in the operation of cold storage, we must find the correct positioning to achieve differentiation. Secondly, the surplus of cold storage is not only because the demand is low, but also because the cold storage itself cannot meet the demand. The price is the highest in Beijing. Beijing's cold storage is already relatively short, coupled with the continuous rectification and closure of non-compliant cold storage since the end of last year, leading to a shortage of cold storage resources in Beijing and a natural rise in prices; Shanghai, Nanjing, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Haikou, Kunming and other places refrigeration prices are relatively high. The first four of them are typical first-tier or quasi-first-tier consumer cities. As the policy environment becomes tighter, the price of cold storage will rise further. The latter two cities due to natural climate and origin attributes and other factors, cold storage prices tend to high. In most cities, the fluctuation is small and supply and demand balance.
Prices are between 2.5-3 yuan, but in cities such as Hangzhou, Tianjin, Chengdu and Chongqing, with the increase in demand, the refrigerated storage price has room to rise. The price of cold storage in a few cities is not high. For example, in Yinchuan, Hushi, Taiyuan and other cities, the main reasons are relatively slow consumption upgrade speed, general economic level, and non-standard cold storage market. More materials and analysis are from the research Report on cold storage Market Prospects and Investment Opportunities in China 2018-2023 released by China Academy of Commerce.