Driven by the growth of the low-temperature food market and the strong demand for vaccine transportation, the demand for cold-chain logistics, which mainly transports low-temperature food and pharmaceuticals, has grown significantly. In 2020, of the approximately 81,000 trucks in operation in Taiwan, approximately 9,680 trucks carry low-temperature goods, with an annual growth rate of 41.9%. The proportion of the total number of operating trucks in Taiwan climbed to 12.0%, an annual increase of 3.5 percentage points. Compared with 2017, the number of vehicles carrying low-temperature commodities has more than doubled,
reflecting the strong growth momentum of Taiwan's cold chain logistics market. Taiwan's cold chain logistics industry is dominated by large-scale 3PL low-temperature logistics B2B/B2C storage and transportation and 1PL Group's self-built low-temperature logistics. In recent years, under the influence of the epidemic, the importance of low-temperature wedding photo retouching services logistics B2C/C2C home delivery, low-temperature air warehousing, and low-temperature pharmaceutical logistics has increased significantly . Attracting industry players to accelerate the deployment of low-temperature logistics parks/low-temperature warehousing, low-temperature trunk transportation, low-temperature urban distribution and other businesses,
which together form the landscape of Taiwan's low-temperature transportation and distribution industry. The Future Circulation Research Institute crawls and compiles Taiwan's cold chain logistics industry data and intelligence, draws a 2022 Taiwan "food and pharmaceutical cold chain logistics" industry map, and presents the business data and competition context of major players in various fields of the cold chain logistics industry through information images, and further Three observation points are summarized as important reference evidence for observing the cold chain logistics industry.