ROBUST COLD CHAIN

Milk, in order to retain its goodness, must be maintained at temperatures below 5°C at the earliest after milking. This is why Arokya has put in tireless efforts to build a robust cold chain that starts from the procurement stage and continues through processing, packing, transport and delivery at the final point.

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To elucidate further, fresh milk is brought by farmers to Hatsun Milk Banks in 12,000 villages within half an hour of milking.

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From here, the milk is transported to chilling centers, situated in a radius of 30 kilometers, within half an hour. At the chilling center the milk is tested and chilled to 4°C.

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The milk is then transported from the chilling center to the dairy, situated within 100 kilometers, in insulated trucks which maintain the milk in a cold state. At the dairy the milk is tested and loaded into silos to be maintained at a temperature of 4°C. From the silos the milk is then homogenized, pasteurized and stored at 4°C before packing.

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From the cold room the packed milk is maintained at 4°C and is loaded onto refrigerated trucks to be transported to various destinations.

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At the designated destinations, the milk is unloaded onto PUF Insulated mini vans to be transported to retail points and Hatsun Daily outlets.

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From the cold room the packed milk is maintained at 4°C and is loaded onto refrigerated trucks to be transported to various destinations.

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