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Cool Logistics announces its 2015 portfolio of quality perishable logistics events

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7th Cool Logistics Global  |  29 Sep-1 Oct 2015  |  Crowne Plaza, Bruges  |  www.coollogisticsglobal.com

Cool Logistics Global

Building efficient multimodal perishable supply chains
Host port
Platinum sponsor
Gold sponsor
Zeeland Seaports
On 29 September – 1 October 2015, Cool Logistics Global comes to Bruges. 

The 7th Cool Logistics Global conference will bring together perishable producers, logistics, transport and infrastructure providers from around the world.
Hosted by Port of Zeebrugge, the conference has already attracted sponsorship from PSA Zeebrugge, WAM Technologies,  Fruit Logistica,  Remant Cool Logistics,  Visbeen and Zeeland Seaports. If you are interested in sponsorship, please contact Anne Williams.

  • Is the perishable supply chain immune to rising food safety concerns?
  • Where do responsibilities in the cold chain begin and where do they end?
  • How does globalisation or regionalisation of transport controlled distribution affect existing reefer box capacity?
  • Short sea shipping forms an integral part of global and regional perishable supply chains:Could deep sea operators learn from short sea operations and improve reefer box turnaround?
  • Should carriers move towards sharing reefer transport equipment?
  • Are ports becoming the Achilles’ heel of the perishable supply chain?
Please contact us if you are interested in participating.


1st Cool Logistics Asia   |   2 Sep 2015   |   AsiaWorld-Expo, Hong Kong   |   www.coollogistics.asia

Cool Logistics Asia

Designing perishable supply chains of the future

In cooperation with
Asia Fruit Logistica Global Produce Events

The cold chain market in Asia will explode in the short and medium term with 40-50% growth rates over the next few years.
Taking place on Wednesday 2 September at the AsiaWorld-Expo in Hong Kong, the 1st Cool Logistics Asia conference  will bring together producers, exporters and the logistics sectors in emerging Asian economies to address the challenges of growth and how to meet them.

  • Alfred Cheung,  Founder,  Green Society Association, Hong Kong
  • Tsunemichi Mukai, Senior Vice President,  MOL Liner, Hong Kong
  • Alex Schenz, Director,  ARCONZ, New Zealand

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