His career includes key positions at Gati, Safexpress, Radhakrishna Foodland, Transocean, V-Trans India, DP World and Delhivery.
The cold chain marketplace startup Celcius Logistics appointed Tarun Goyal as the business head.
Celcius has a fleet of over 4500 vehicles, operates 107 cold storages, manages 7 distribution centres, and relies on a team of more than 100 hyperlocal riders. In April 2023, it also raised ₹100 crore in funding.
“Tarun Goyal's addition to the Celcius team is set to propel the brand's vision further. He brings over 26 years of rich experience in the field of logistics, having played pivotal roles in some of the leading logistics companies in India. His career includes key positions at Gati, Safexpress, Radhakrishna Foodland, Transocean, V-Trans India Ltd, DP World, and Delhivery,” reads the release.
In the near future, Celcius aims to introduce comprehensive cold storage warehousing solutions, establish a nationwide presence spanning over 500 cities, and expand its team significantly. These efforts are all aligned with Celcius's vision – to build an unbroken cold supply chain network that harnesses cutting-edge technology to drive unparalleled efficiency and cost-effectiveness across various sectors.
Swarup Bose, founder and CEO, Celcius Logistics, said, “Tarun Goyal has been a versatile Industry stalwart and has successfully managed express cargo, hard freight, and cold chain logistics, making him an experienced business leader with deep domain insights in the world of logistics. We are delighted to welcome him to the Celcius family. His appointment strengthens the company's position as a leader in the cold chain logistics industry and reinforces its commitment to transforming the logistics landscape in India. I am confident that his extensive experience, strong leadership, and business development acumen will undoubtedly play a pivotal role in furthering our vision of excellence in the cold chain logistics industry.”
Tarun Goyal expressed, "I am excited to join Celcius Logistics, a company that has been redefining the cold chain logistics industry. It's an honor to be part of a team that is setting new service benchmarks and supporting cold chain vendors in achieving their full potential. I am thrilled to be part of Celcius and look forward to working closely with Mr. Swarup Bose and the entire team to take the company to new heights."
Goyal completed his schooling at St. Xavier's Institute in Mumbai and obtained his graduation and postgraduate degrees in marketing from Dehradun. He is also a certified ISO Auditor and has attended various workshops, including "Train The Trainer" and NLP.
The company's growth strategy includes implementing advanced Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) and enhancing their existing Transportation Management Systems (TMS). With a growth of 20X in the past year, Celcius, has an esteemed list of clienteles, including Zepto, Zomato, Maersk, Prabhat Dairy, Baskin Robbins, Vadilal, Domino’s, Keventers, Godrej Agrovet, and Zydus Pharma. Celcius has transported over 125, 000 tons of perishable cargo for sectors like dairy, fresh agricultural produce, pharma, fruits, seafood, and vaccines across 350+ cities in India.