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NEW for 2023: Cool Logistics Council
The Cool Logistics Council is a new international collective across the cold chain and reefer logistics world, convened by exclusive invitation of the Cool Logistics team. The aim of the Council is to to exchange views, knowledge and intelligence from the wider cold chain industry. We want to build relations that will help the future of integrated, efficient and sustainable reefer and cold chain logistics. Interested in joining? Contact us on email@example.com
Cool Logistics 2023 event programme
Don’t forget we have TWO events now in place for 2023:
CoolTech conference 2023 is our 2nd CoolTech event and will take place 21-22 June 2023 in Amsterdam. This is 2-day event focused on global reefer and cold chain technology.
Cool Logistics Global 2023 conference is our 15th Cool Logistics Global conference and will take place 10-12 October 2023 in Genoa. This is a 3-day conference focused on all aspects of the cold chain, the movement of perishable cargoes and the reefer shipping industry
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Specialised reefers set to disrupt air cargo flower transport dominance
Daikin CA technology supports successful static trial of Oncidium flower shipment
Trailers and bodies – low carbon reefer challenges
Trailers and bodies – low carbon reefer challenges : low- and no-carbon emissions strategies are challenging reefer trailer design
Inland ports offer cold chain efficiencies
Growing focus on improving supply chain efficiencies
‘Old faithful’ reefer vessels could be forced out by new pollution rules
New IMO pollution regulations mean ageing vessels won’t meet requirements
Global reefer trade continues to grow
Seaborne, temperature-controlled cargo sector “to accelerate over the coming years”
New Finnish website launched to link global fresh produce buyers
Global trade database that will be turned into a marketplace to improve the supply chain
Can agritech really transform the future of food?
Feeding the world is getting more difficult
HK handles record reefer boxes on Hapag-Lloyd ‘s Cherry Express
Record number of 1,222 reefer containers onboard, which were discharged in Hong Kong
Port of Dover processes its largest supply of fresh fruit
Five vessel calls in seven days from Seatrade and GreenSea