Daily Archives: 17/01/2022

Why reducing food’s environmental impact is crucial

F&B supply chain leaders must understand the full impact of the climate crisis

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Consumers’ expectations of sustainable food and beverage production and practices are increasing. Food and beverage supply chain leaders must understand the full impact of the climate crisis in order to manage expectations. Reducing food’s environmental impact has never been more important.

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2021 market review: food and ag investment implications

Parallel crises of COVID-19 and climate change result in structural changes to capital markets
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The double impact of the pandemic and climate change are resulting in seismic market events.  Sustainability is now core and investors are changing how they allocate capital as a result. This latest report focuses on the implications for food and ag investing as a result of these changes. 

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Cool News and Views – January 2022

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A warm welcome to our first Cool News and Views of 2022.

Cool News and Views is your free newsletter, bringing you our pick of recent cold chain, perishables trade, reefer shipping news and much more. 

We are excited to start the year by announcing that our in-person event programme is up and running! 

CoolTech – a Cool Logistics event –  will take place from 21 to 22 June 2022 at the Hilton Hotel in Rotterdam, in collaboration with the Port of Rotterdam. Following on from the success of our first CoolTech day at Cool Logistics Global 2021, this promises to be a thought-provoking event as we discuss all-things technology.

Our flagship Cool Logistics Global conference and exhibition – now it its 14th year – takes place from 20 to 22 September 2022 at the World Trade Centre in Barcelona and will be hosted by Port of Barcelona. 

We invite you to contact us if you would like to participate as a speaker, panelist or expert contributor at CoolTech – a Cool Logistics event or Cool Logistics Global. We call for papers at either event and welcome all contributions.

Please contact rachael@coollogisticsconference.com.

Here is to a successful, productive and prosperous 2022 for all. 

The Cool Logistics team

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AI in the supply chain: Cold Chain Technologies’ Ranjeet Banerjee

Transportation company relies on AI to deliver COVID-19 vaccines safely and efficiently

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Interview with Ranjeet Banerjee of Cold Chain Technologies (CCT) about the work his company does to transport vaccines and other biologics that need to be temperature controlled. The first episode in the Me, Myself and AI podcast from MITSloan Management Review is well worth a listen.

Listen to the podcast or read the transcript here from MITSloan Management Review

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Cold storage and logistics warehouse acquired for £53m

300,000 square foot building pre-let on a 25-year lease to international agritech company AM FRESH GROUP
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A huge cold storage and logistics warehouse has been acquired for £53.4m in the UK. The 300,000 sq ft facility has been pre-let on a 25-year lease to international agritech company AM FRESH GROUP.  The company supplies UK supermarkets with fruits, plant-based fresh goods and flowers.

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