About the speaker
Rajat Gupta is the Founder & CEO of TESSOl. He is the mastermind behind TESSOL’s proprietary Thermal Energy Storage technology and is TESSOL’s chief innovator. Rajat started TESSOL in 2013 with the vision to revolutionize the farm to fork cold chain in India. During an interaction with TheTechPod – “Consumer demands are driving the use of technology in supply chain,” says Rajat Gupta.
Over the last 4 years, TESSOL has grown to be recognized as a pioneer in the sustainable cold chain space globally. Rajat has a strong inclination towards technology and passion for product development. He brings in a deep understanding of product design, technology commercialization and market entry strategy and has been instrumental in leading the organization from its inception to date as its CEO. He brings with him extensive experience in the energy space across India, Europe and the USA.
About the company
Tessol is a globally recognized Indian Cold Chain Solution provider. It aims to solve the last mile distribution problem in India. Last mile distribution of temperature sensitive products is a huge challenge in India and other developing economies because of the lack of reliable options and the high cost incurred on cold chain transport. TESSOL aims to address this problem by making the last mile cold chain accessible and viable for all.
It’s solutions are eco –friendly & sustainable, and preserve not just the customer products, but also the environments in which they operate. Solutions designed by Tessol offer multi-use flexibility, prevent product damage and reduce the carbon emissions. Through a holistic approach across multiple dimensions, Tessol in a very short span of time, enabled over 100 brands – big and small – to grow and expand their horizons.
In an interaction with Rohit Sardana, Rajat Gupta speaks about the future of supply chain in India. Also, Rohit Sardana is the Editor-in-Chief at TheTechPod and Co-founder of IncubateIND. Let’s hear the complete podcast. And, also understand – “Consumer demands are driving the use of technology in supply chain – Rajat Gupta.”