Cool Logistics Global 2021 to take place online

London, UK: Cool Logistics Global 2021 will take place online between 19 – 21 October 2021.

The event will return to in-person events in 2022 with an extended programme of meetings.

Rachael White, managing director of Cool Logistics, said “We thank our host Port of Rotterdam and all our other sponsors and speakers for their understanding and support. We are looking forward to hosting the Cool Logistics community online for an impactful few days. Our theme is “Looking Back and Building Forward”. After such a tumultuous year and with many challenges still ahead of the cold supply chain industry, it is only right that we both reflect on the past year and look ahead to the future.”

White added: “We are particularly excited to announce the launch of our new CoolTech day as part of Cool Logistics Global 2021 – watch out for future updates”. 

This three-day online event will focus on “how to achieve cold supply chain excellence for all”.


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