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Cool Logistics Global agenda announced

Cool Logistics Global 2021 agenda announced. Online event takes place 19 - 21 October and is hosted by the Port of Rotterdam.
Speakers pictured above at Cool Logistics Global 2020 which took place online

Cool Logistics Global 2021 takes place online from 19 – 21 October and bookings are now open here. 

Our event theme is “Looking Back and Building Forward“. We will examine the events of the past 18 months and also provide perspectives on 2022. 

Food producers, shippers and perishables supply chain professionals to refrigerated shipping, logistics, port, infrastructure and post-harvest specialists – Cool Logistics Global brings the cold chain industry together. Join us for debate, discussion and insight.

Confirmed speakers, moderators and panel members to date:

Diego Barriga, Director Lancaster Logistics and Foodcareplus
Steve Cameron, Principal, Cameron Maritime Resources
Andy Connell, Lead Technical Consultant, A-Bar-C Services
Stefano Di Paolo, President and GM, Great White Fleet Ltd, Chiquita Brands
Martin Dixon, Head of Research Products, Drewry and Director, Drewry Group
Thomas Eskesen, Founder, Eskesen Advisory
JuanAndres Ferrari, Director Perishables Supply Chain, AJC Sourcing
Amit Hasak, CEO, Transship Corp
Michel Looten, Director Maritime, Seabury Cargo
Andrew Lorimar, CEO, Datamar 
Johannes Naninga, CEO and Owner, Guangzhou Port (Europe) BV, Port of Nansha
Hanno Reeser, New Silk Way Logistics, Director, Strategic Development, H.Essers Transport 
Ole Schack-Petersen, Director, Broom Group
Sarah Schlueter, Senior Director Niche Products, Hapag-Lloyd AG
Sebastian Steinmueller, Director Global Reefer Competency Centre, DHL Global Forwarding
David Sussmann, President, Seafoodia & Founder, Pure Ocean Fund
Michael Yarwood, Director Loss Prevention, TT Club

 

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Speakers announced for Cool Logistics Global
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Speakers announced for Cool Logistics Global. This event for the cold chain and perishable cargoes industries takes place 19 – 21 October 2021. 

Our speaker line up:

Diego Barriga, Director Lancaster Logistics and Foodcareplus
Steve Cameron, Principal, Cameron Maritime Resources
Andy Connell, Lead Technical Consultant, A-Bar-C Services
Stefano Di Paolo, President and GM, Great White Fleet Ltd, Chiquita Brands
Martin Dixon, Head of Research Products, Drewry and Director, Drewry Group
Thomas Eskesen, Founder, Eskesen Advisory
JuanAndres Ferrari, Director Perishables Supply Chain, AJC Sourcing
Adam Forste, Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Bay Grove Capital, Co-Executive Chairman, Lineage Logistics Holdings
Amit Hasak, CEO, Transship Corp
Michel Looten, Director Maritime, Seabury Cargo
Andrew Lorimar, CEO, Datamar 
Johannes Naninga, CEO and Owner, Guangzhou Port (Europe) BV, Port of Nansha
Hanno Reeser, New Silk Way Logistics, Director, Strategic Development, H.Essers Transport 
Ole Schack-Petersen, Director, Broom Group
Sarah Schlueter, Senior Director Niche Products, Hapag-Lloyd AG
Sebastian Steinmueller, Director Global Reefer Competency Centre, DHL Global Forwarding
David Sussmann, President, Seafoodia & Founder, Pure Ocean Fund
Eelke Westra, Programme Manager Post-Harvest Quality, Wageningen Food & Biobased Research, Wageningen University
Michael Yarwood, Director Loss Prevention, TT Club

Places are limited for this event. Bookings are now open for our offer price of £199 to 10 September 2021.

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Containing COVID-19 online seminar agenda and speakers announced

Containing Covid-19 Speaker: 15 April 2021, online seminar and networing event, from 1015am BST

CONTAINING COVID19:

Containerisation’s Role in Global Vaccine Logistics

An online seminar & virtual networking event for container logistics, cold chain & healthcare professionals

15 April 2021 from 1015am BST

While the first wave of ultra-low temperature COVID19 vaccine distribution is centred mainly around airfreight and road, containerisation is already playing a vital role in meeting the world’s greatest ever supply chain challenge. Over coming weeks and months, that role is only set to grow.

Today, container shipping is already enabling the international distribution of syringes, vials, PPE and other key medical equipment needed to administer vaccines. Container ports are stepping up as vaccine logistics hubs, working with airfreight, ocean and landside logistics to provide much-needed cold storage capacity and other supply chain services. Specialist ultra-deep freeze refrigerated containers are filling a gap where cold chain infrastructure is lacking. And as new vaccines roll out rapidly that do not require such deep refrigeration, reefer containers will play a growing role both in transport and storage.

This online seminar and virtual networking event brings together public and private stakeholders from across the global container shipping, cold chain and healthcare worlds to discuss the challenges and opportunities of vaccine logistics.

  • Containerised vaccine logistics over the next 2 years – global and regional perspectives
  • ‘It’s not a vaccine, it’s a patient’: What’s needed for safe carriage of COVID19 vaccines in containers and what can be learned from existing containerised pharma logistics?
  • What are the risk, liability and insurance implications?
  • How do we safeguard vaccine integrity and avoid temperature excursions across complex multimodal cold chains?
  • What are the options for sea-air collaboration?
  • In-transit visibility, traceability and chain of custody – IoT, data and digitalisation
  • Managing regulatory processes and documentation for cross-border vaccine trade
  • What can the container industry do to help in the fight against counterfeit vaccines and ancillaries?
  • What are the key steps to GDP-compliant container logistics?
  • Will there be enough of the right reefer containers to fulfill demand?
  • How will other segments of the reefer container market be impacted?
  • What are the implications for ports and other critical infrastructure?
  • Packing and packaging – best practice and new technology
  • Implications for container refrigeration technology
  • How can containers help at the last mile of vaccine storage and delivery?
  • Health security – protecting seafarers, port staff and other frontline logistics and transport workers; co-ordinating international vaccinations
  • How to foster cross-industry and private-public sector collaboration in end-to-end container logistics and sea freight solutions for vaccine, pharma and healthcare supply chains

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS & MODERATORS

The speaker list is a work in progress and will be regularly updated  | Last update March 26

  • Siddharth Adya, Vice President Group Cargo Solutions and Platform Development, PSA International Pte Ltd
  • Carl Bentzel, Commissioner, Federal Maritime Commission
  • Michael Culme-Seymour, Consultant World Economic Forum/VP & Managing Director APAC, Roambee
  • Vassilios Demetriades, Shipping Deputy Minister to the President, Republic of Cyprus
  • Craig Neame, Partner, HFW
  • Hristo Petkov, Global Vertical Head of Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare, A.P. Moller-Maersk
  • Nick Savvides, Managing Editor, Container News
  • Natalie Shaw, Director of Employment Affairs, International Chamber of Shipping
  • Sebastian Steinmüller, Director Global Reefer Competency Center, DHL Global Forwarding
  • Al Tama, Vice President and General Manager Container and Port Solutions, ORBCOMM
  • Rachael White, Managing Director, Cool Logistics Resources Ltd
  • Michael Yarwood, Managing Director Loss Prevention, TT Club

To read more and register for a place click here

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Containing Covid-19 Speaker: Hristo Petkov

Containing Covid-19 Speaker: Hristo Petkov

Hristo Petkov is confirmed to be speaking at the Containing Covid-19: Containerisation’s role in global vaccine logistics on the 15th of April. Hristo has been a part of the Maersk team for nearly ten years. He started working within the Global Trade team, where he developed an interest in… To read more and register for a place click here

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Meet some of the confirmed speakers for our next event

Our next event Containing Covid-19, Containerisation's role in global vaccine logistics will be held live online on April 15, 2021, from 10:30, am BST in conjunction with Container News. Here are some of our highly regarded, confirmed speakers.

Today, container shipping is already enabling the international distribution of syringes, vials, PPE and other key medical equipment needed to administer vaccines. Container ports are stepping up as vaccine logistics hubs, working with airfreight, ocean and landside logistics to provide much-needed cold storage capacity and other supply chain services. Specialist ultra-deep-freeze refrigerated containers are filling a gap where cold chain infrastructure is lacking. And as new vaccines roll out rapidly that do not require such deep refrigeration, reefer containers will play a growing role both in transport and storage.

This online seminar and virtual networking event bring together public and private stakeholders from across the global container shipping, cold chain, and healthcare worlds to discuss the challenges and opportunities of vaccine logistics.

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Speakers announced for Cool Logistics Global, 19 – 21 October 2021

Speakers announced for our flagship Cool Logistics Global conference and exhibition, 19 - 20 October 2021

We’re excited to announce speakers for our 13th Cool Logistics Global conference and exhibition.  Held together with our Port Partner for 2021 the Port of Rotterdam, this event brings together the cold chain and perishable cargoes community.

Martin Dixon

Head of Research Products
Drewry and Director, Drewry Group

Juan Andres Ferrari

Director Perishable Supply Chain, ACF Global Sourcing

Michel Looten

Director Maritime, Seabury Cargo

Andrew Lorimer

CEO, Datamar

Ole Schack Petersen

Owner, Chairman and Executive Director,
LCL and The Broom Group

David Sussmann

Entrepreneur – Founder at Seafoodia & Pure Ocean

Places are limited so we advise you complete your early registration – that means we can also keep you updated with our event news. 

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