Cool Logistics in September

Antwerp, Belgium: David Cope of Purfresh is talking about using real-time informatics to drive new business efficiencies along the fresh produce supply chain at the forthcoming Cool Logistics 2011 exhibition. The event takes place in Antwerp on 26-28 September.

Tom Mikkelsen of Marine Harvest will discuss why the global seafood firm has invested in its own hub terminal for domestic and international traffic

Mathijs Slangen of Seabury will explore the global outlook for perishable goods, including trade volumes, transport capacity and the business of forecasting.

David Sussmann of Seafood Export will look at establishing the foundation for greater trust with carriers and freight forwarders.

And Axel Guenther of Nagel Airfreight will explore the challenges of last-mile distribution.

WORLD NEWS

Carrier’s NaturaLine cools grocery kiosks

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Amarillo Thermo King is 2020 North America Dealer of the Year

Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA: Thermo King presented its 2020 North America Dealer of the Year award to Thermo King Amarillo. The award was the culmination of …

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Irish freight finds new routes

Dublin, Ireland: The volume of freight shipped across the Irish Sea from the Republic of Ireland to Britain is down significantly despite government claims that …

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Leman expands pharma warehouse capacity

Greve, Denmark: International freight forwarding and logistics company Leman is expanding its pharmaceutical warehousing capacity in Greve. In collaboration with two of the company’s pharmaceutical …

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