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SVP of MOL to discuss intra-Asia cold chain opportunities at Cool Logistics Global

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Join the global perishable logistics community on board the SS Rotterdam on 30 Sep – 2 Oct:
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By the end of the decade China could dominate global seafood demand.

As outlined at last year’s Cool Logistics Global, massive urbanisation and consolidation of traditional food supply lines will also drive strong growth for imported protein, plus increased demand for fruit, vegetables and prepared foods.
  • How will all of this affect existing reefer shipping trade routing?
  • And what investment opportunities will it open up within China itself?
Discuss these important questions and more in the Asia Market Briefing Session on Wednesday 1 October. See conference programme
Presentation highlight:
Tsunemichi MukaiTsunemichi Mukai
Senior Vice President, MOL, Hong Kong
Wednesday 1 October
10:35: Intra Asia opportunities and risks
‘The opportunity to network was invaluable’
Meet the people who make end-to-end global cold chains work – all under one roof.
Confirmed attendees
ABANORTE, Africa Express Line, Arconz, Bakker Barendrecht, Barcelona Port Authority, Bonita, Box Trade Intelligence, Carrier Transicold, Chiquita Brands International, Citrus Growers Association, CMA CGM, Compagnie Fruitiere, Daikin Reefer, David Marjoram Ltd, DB Schenker, Delta Reefer Care, Dole Foods, DP World, Dr. Anna Snowdon, Dr-Ing Yves Wild Ingenieurburo, Emerson Climate Technologies, Eurasia Connection, European Container Services, FedEx Corporate Services, foodcareplus, FrieslandCampina, Fruit Logistica, GoReefers Logistics, Green Society Association, Groep Heylen, Hamburg Süd, Hapag-Lloyd, Hellmann Perishable Logistics, International Distribution Partners, Kloosterboer, Lancaster/Daforco, Luik Natie Coldstore, Maersk Line, Marine Harvest, Mission Produce, Moffatt & Nichol, MOL Liner, MSC, Nature’s Pride, Nile Dutch Africa Line, Norbert Dentressangle Logistics, OOCL, Partner Logistics, Port of Antwerp, Port of Rotterdam, Port of Zeebrugge, Proecuador, PSA, Purfresh, Remant Cool Logistics, Rotterdam Fruit Wharf, Rotterdam Partners, Sea Invest – BNFW, Sea Invest – Fruit and Food Division, Seabury Cargo Advisory, Seaco Global, Seacon Logistics Group, Seacube Containers, Seafoodexport, SeaIntel Maritime Analysis, Seatrade Reefer Chartering, Sensitech, Smith-Holland, Thermo King, TIP Europe, Total Produce Direct, Trimar Forwarding, United Arab Shipping Company, Van Ameyde Marine, VGB, Visbeen, Wageningen UR Food Food and Biobased Research, WAM Technologies, Webster Robertson, Zeeland Seaports, Zuidnatie and more… Join them

We look forward to meeting you in a few weeks at

‘the best conference dealing with the logistics of perishable products’*
Kind regards,

Holly Thompson
Communications & Marketing Executive
Cool Logistics Resources Ltd

*Dawie Ferreira, CEO, Capespan Logistics

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