Cold storage facilities in India for storing perishable horticulture produce (number of units, capacity)

Last Modified: Sun Nov 08 2020 01:27:59 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)
  • 37.425 million tonnes
    Combined storage capacity available in India for storing perishable horticulture produce like fruits and vegetables. A study on All India Cold-chain Infrastructure Capacity (AICIC-2015) carried out by NABARD Consultancy Service (NABCONS) assessed requirement of 35 million tonnes capacity of cold storage for perishable fruits and vegetables.
  • 8,186
    Total number of cold storage units across all states as on 31 Aug 2020.
  • 810 tonnes
    Andaman & Nicobar Islands - storage capacity across 3 units.
  • 1,567,664 tonnes
    Andhra Pradesh - storage capacity across 405 units.
  • 6,000 tonnes
    Arunachal Pradesh - storage capacity across 2 units.
  • 178,096 tonnes
    Assam - storage capacity across 39 units.
  • 1,479,122 tonnes
    Bihar - storage capacity across 311 units.
  • 12,462 tonnes
    Chandigarh - storage capacity across 7 units.
  • 487,292 tonnes
    Chhattisgarh - storage capacity across 99 units.
  • 129,857 tonnes
    Delhi - storage capacity across 97 units.
  • 7,705 tonnes
    Goa - storage capacity across 29 units.
  • 3,822,112 tonnes
    Gujarat - storage capacity across 969 units.
  • 819,809 tonnes
    Haryana - storage capacity across 359 units.
  • 146,769 tonnes
    Himachal Pradesh - storage capacity across 76 units.
  • 250,169 tonnes
    Jammu & Kashmir - storage capacity across 69 units.
  • 236,680 tonnes
    Jharkhand - storage capacity across 58 units.
  • 676,832 tonnes
    Karnataka - storage capacity across 223 units.
  • 81,705 tonnes
    Kerala - storage capacity across 199 units.
  • 15 tonnes
    Lakshadweep - storage capacity across 1 unit.
  • 1,293,574 tonnes
    Madhya Pradesh - storage capacity across 302 unit.
  • 1,009,693 tonnes
    Maharashtra - storage capacity across 619 unit.
  • 4,500 tonnes
    Manipur - storage capacity across 2 units.
  • 8,200 tonnes
    Meghalaya - storage capacity across 4 units.
  • 4,001 tonnes
    Mizoram - storage capacity across 3 units.
  • 7,150 tonnes
    Nagaland - storage capacity across 3 units.
  • 572,966 tonnes
    Odisha - storage capacity across 179 units.
  • 85 tonnes
    Pondicherry - storage capacity across 3 units.
  • 2,315,096 tonnes
    Punjab - storage capacity across 697 units.
  • 611,831 tonnes
    Rajasthan - storage capacity across 180 units.
  • 2,100 tonnes
    Sikkim - storage capacity across 2 units.
  • 382,683 tonnes
    Tamil Nadu - storage capacity across 183 units.
  • 410,905 tonnes
    Telangana - storage capacity across 74 units.
  • 46,354 tonnes
    Tripura - storage capacity across 14 units.
  • 14,714,235 tonnes
    Uttar Pradesh - storage capacity across 2,406 units.
  • 191,314 tonnes
    Uttarakhand - storage capacity across 2,406 units.
  • 5,947,311 tonnes
    West Bengal - storage capacity across 514 units.