Cold Connection

European Cold Chain Conference Goes Virtual

Cold chain logistics are a key partner to the food and other perishables’ industry and supply chain. GCCA warehouse and transportation members have implemented very strict measures in their operations to guarantee the highest level of security and safety while handling their customers’ food, pharma and other temperature-sensitive products.  As the representative body for this industry, GCCA makes it a priority to advocate for this level of service, while making sure at the same time that its members and guests can participate in its various activities and programmes in the best possible conditions. For these reasons, GCCA leadership and the European Advisory Committee have made the decision to make the 23rd European Cold Chain Conference, originally planned as a face-to-face event on 23-25 November, an interactive virtual event. 

The virtual European Cold Chain Conference will be held between the 16 and 25 November. The programme will feature various sessions addressing our sector’s current challenges, opportunities and innovations, round-table discussions on hot topics,  the Future Leader Award Competition, as well as a European Warehouse Forum. Those who were already registered for the conference will additionally receive a complimentary ticket for the GCCA Virtual Innovation Program (V.I.P.) starting on 14th October. The Keynote Presentation for V.I.P. is timely as it will shed light on how the markets and the economy are impacted by world events like infectious disease. Learn more about the V.I.P and the keynote presentation.  

The virtual event will offer many opportunities for exhibitors and sponsors to maximize their brand visibility and participation.

We will release more details about the programme, registration and other practical information shortly. Visit the conference website for the most update information. 

September 30, 2020

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