Staying Chill with PepsiCo

Posted by Hailey Roos on Wed, Sep 23, 2020 @ 12:09 PM
  • - Humidity and condensation cause serious problems for PepsiCo sales including lack of visibility, water leakage, and risk of electric shock
  • - PepsiCo’s BLU cooler lowers the cost of cooling and creates a condensation-free, 100% visible case for beloved products

About PepsiCo

PepsiCo entered India in 1989 and has since grown into one of the largest multinational corporation food and beverage businesses in the country. The company is dedicated to continuously improving all of their products, operating responsibly to protect the planet, and empowering people around the world to create long-term success for society. 

Keeping Cool

Tropical countries in Asia and Africa have extreme weather conditions with temperatures over 41 degrees celsius and humidity over 75%. During the rainy season, humidity rises to nearly 90%, which leads to many of Pepsi coolers’ glass doors to drip with heavy condensation and subsequently block the products’ visibility, leading to a serious loss of sales and high risk of leakage and electrical shock. 

BLU Cooler was introduced as a super workhorse, robust design cooler with efficient temperature management. The full-length glass door doubles the visibility and lowers the cost of cooling by 20% compared to existing coolers. Patented Hot Air-Flow Management ensures 100% condensation-free see through experience in any environmental conditions, even in the highest humidity. 

PepsiCo India won multiple awards for Innovation in Product Design & Development: both Gold and Silver Stevies for Consumer Products & Services and a Silver Stevie for Energy & Sustainability in The 2020 Asia-Pacific Awards®. 

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