Land TrasnportLogisticsPort ConditionsPorts & TerminalsReefer ContainersReefer ships China & India: 2 largest cold chain markets in focus at Cool Logistics Asia by admin April 23, 2015 April 23, 2015 Designing perishable supply chains of the future In cooperation with Register by 30 Apriland save 30% Book your place Offer expires 30.04.2015 Your Cool Logistics Asia ticket includes: Welcome Reception (1 September from 18h00) Cool Logistics Asia Conference (2 September 2015) ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA (2-4 Sepember 2015) Sponsor Want to see your logo here? Contact us to discuss sponsorship opportunities Media partner Want to see your logo here? Contact us to discuss media partnership opportunities Register by 30 April and save 30% Click here to book your place Offer expires 30.04.2015 A look at the 2 largest cold chain markets – China and India – plus speakers from Australia, New Zealand, Japan and Chile The 1st Cool Logistics Asia Conference will bring together cold chain experts to tackle cost control in emerging Asian economies. In China, cold chain logistics costs can account for as much as 50% of a product’s retail price This is according to Clement Lam, Director and General Manager, Swire Pacific Cold Storage (SPCS) who will assess cold chain capacity demand across the Asia Pacific region in his presentation at Cool Logistics Asia. Other key speakers include: Henrik Christensen, President Global Logistics, KTZ Express Pawanexh Kohli, CEO and Chief Adviser, National Centre for Cold Chain Development and CrossTree Techno-Visors Tsunemichi Mukai, Senior Vice President, MOL Liner Mauricio Padrón, Perishable Logistics Advisor, Independent Consultant, Chile Caesar Sanches, Regional Head Ocean Freight Asia Pacific, Panalpina Alex Schenz, Director, ARCONZ, New Zealand Running concurrently with the Asia Fruit Logistica Exhibition, this brand new one-day event will focus on regional perishable supply chain issues in Asia. The conference will feature three plenary sessions and a number of break-out sessions. Click here to see the conference programme www.coollogistics.asia Chinacool logisticsIndia 0 comment 0 FacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail admin previous post ‘Beware the Big Ship Hype’ says TT Club next post FUGRO completes of one offshore wind industry’s… You may also like TT Club offering evermore tailored service with additional... January 20, 2021 Hot Port news from GAC January 20, 2021 London International Shipping Week 2021 | Latest news January 20, 2021 Hot Port News from GAC January 19, 2021 DP World Study – global trade to recover... January 19, 2021 Hot Port News from GAC January 18, 2021 Hot Port News from GAC January 16, 2021 Hot Port News from GAC January 15, 2021 Matson Becomes Newest Member of NAMEPA Recipient of... January 15, 2021 DSV builds integrated logistics centre in Stockholm, Sweden January 14, 2021 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.