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Cool Logistics Asia returns with new format

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This year, Cool Logistics Asia has a changed format. The event will be held on the floor of the Asia Fruit Logistica Exhibition.


For the first time Cool Logistics Asia will be held across three days. This will provide visitors with more flexibility and attend all the sessions they are interested in.


Under the new format, individual sessions will be limited to 2.5 hours and cover some of the familiar issues such as regional Intra-Asia shipping trends, perishable logistics case studies, first and last mile challenges lessons on temperature abuse and also a ‘crash-course’ in logistics for those unfamiliar with the basics of logistics.

Read more about this year’s event

* FEATURED SESSION *
 
CONTAINER SHIPPING, TRANSPORT AND PERISHABLE TRADE SHIFTS
 
The latest shipping and port trends, plus key commodity forecasts. Industry review from fragmentation via consolidation towards supply chain integration.
* Intra-Asia trade development
* Global container shipping and perishable produce
* Perishable logistics challenges
* Ports connect opportunities
* One belt one road initiative

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS

 

  • Michelle Alvino, Market Program Manager, DeltraTrak, USA
  • Tarun Arora, Director, Finance and Operations, IG International, India
  • Jonathan Beard, Head of Transportantion & Logistics, Asia, Arcadis, China
  • Alfred Cheung, JC Food Republic and former head of reefer trades at OOCL
  • Andy Connell, A-bar-C Services (ex-Dole South Africa)
  • Oliver Huesmann, Fruit Consulting
  • Angelina Lei, Customer Service Director, Hong Kong International Terminals – HIT, China
  • Raul Saca, Global Head of Reefer Segment Bananas & Pineapple Cargo, Maersk, USA
  • Natasha Solana, Global Business Development Manager Perishable Logistics, Kuehne + Nagel N.V., Netherlands
  • Frank van Gelder, Business Director, Adelantex

EVENT OVERVIEW
Free for all visitors & exhibitors

 

3 sessions over 3 days:

 

1. CONTAINER SHIPPING, TRANSPORT AND PERISHABLE TRADE SHIFTS
 
2. PERISHABLE LOGISTICS FOR BEGINNERS: WHAT IS PERISHABLE LOGISTICS?
3. EXPORTING TO ASIA USING AIRFREIGHT LOGISTICS

 

Who will benefit from attending?
  • Shipping companies
  • Airlines
  • Logistics companies specialising in perishables
  • Ports and terminals
  • Container lessors and depots
  • Food inspection companies
  • Cold store operators
  • Refrigeration and cold chain equipment and technology suppliers (reefer containers, trailers, temperature monitoring, track and trace, e-commerce platforms)
  • Transport equipment managers
  • Academic and research institutions
  • Food safety and security specialists
  • Consultants
  • Banks and financial institutions
  • Packaging
  • Perishable cargo owners
  • Wholesalers and retailers
Ms Sinenart Baramirattanachai

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