In the sales structure of refrigerated trucks in 2020: diesel accounts for nearly 90% (89.5%), occupying an absolute monopoly, mainly due to the strong power and economy of diesel. Gasoline accounts for less than 10% (9.07%), mainly because there are more light-duty and miniature refrigerated vehicles. Gas accounts for 0.745% (mainly heavy-duty refrigerated trucks), which are mainly distributed in areas with abundant natural gas resources.
New energy (mainly light-duty pure electric) accounts for only 0.68%. It may be that the current battery technology development has encountered bottlenecks, the cruising range is limited, and the charging is inconvenient, customers are worried about new energy vehicles midway. In addition, the thermal stability of the battery is poor, and the safety hazards of new energy refrigerated vehicles still exist. Therefore, most of the end customers are currently not too fond of new energy refrigerated vehicles.
In recent years, the state has issued a number of policies related to refrigerated trucks to support the regulation and green development of refrigerated trucks. The state has also vigorously promoted the consumption and use of new energy vehicles. However, in order to promote the survival of the fittest in the industry, the subsidy standard for new energy trucks has been lowered. Due to the impact of the epidemic in 2020, cold chain logistics is facing severe reality tests. In October 2020, the National Health Commission and the General Administration of Market Supervision issued the "National Food Safety Standard Food Cold Chain Logistics Hygiene Standards" (GB31605-2020), the standard It is the first mandatory national standard for food cold chain logistics, and industry norms will continue to be strengthened.
Post time: Jun-10-2021