Cold Chain Solutions

We bring simplicity and predictability to the transport of your perishables.

Tailor-made solutions for your cold chain

Refrigerated cargos are particularly valuable and sensitive. This can make reefer logistics extremely complex. But this doesn't have to be the case.

With our Cold Chain Solutions, built as part of our comprehensive ocean and logistics offerings, we bring simplicity and predictability to the transport of your perishables, while also reducing risk and administrative workloads on your business. Our expert local teams will assess your supply chain from end to end and enable you to further improve and streamline your logistics network to best support your core business.

Your benefits at a glance:

More simplicity

Fewer handovers during your cold chain by having Hamburg Süd as a single provider accountable for your entire supply chain.

More predictability

Upholding the cold chain integrity for optimal product value and shelf life.

More visibility

Captain Peter™, your virtual Reefer cargo assistant, enables smarter decisions with data streamed straight from the container all the way to your final destination.

More expertise

Our experts combine a deep understanding of your commodity with extensive technical refrigerated cargo knowledge to ensure the correct handling of your cargo.

More network

Our growing network of strategically located and environmentally friendly cold store facilities offers a variety of value-added services tailored to your needs – a cornerstone for high quality green cold chain.

More customisation

Whether you need a simplified cold chain or complex solutions across land and water, we have the flexibility to tailor solutions based on your exact needs.

We are by your side

You would like to learn more about Hamburg Süd and about what else we can do for you? Don't hesitate to contact us – our experts will be happy to help you at any time.

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