The Cool Chain Strategies Summit will be held in Mumbai on May 29, 2014. The summit will address how supply chain, logistics, QA & packaging professionals in India can enhance temperature control practices that are in-line with international industry standards, but compliant with local and regional regulations. It will feature an impressive list of cold chain experts who contribute in various tracks and would bring together 150+ senior level supply chain and logistics professionals from cold chain industry under one roof.
The key objective of the summit is to bring all the key stakeholders together to trigger overall cold chain development in the country.
Visitors will be able to discover how to implement the GSP regulations within the supply chain and ensure compliance, limit costs while managing and selecting the right outsourcing partners and vendors to ensure compliance and quality control, learn the challenges and solutions of maintaining temperature/humidity control while distributing to the second-tier cities, major urban towns and internationally and bridge the gaps within your supply chain by keeping continuous data, developing an integrated system and clearing customs.
VP’s, directors, heads, general managers from sectors like pharmaceuticals, hospitals, lifesciences, biotechnology, CRO’s, food, processed food, hotel, large format retailers and wholesalers, government associations and organisations, private equity firms and consultants, refrigeration and cold chain equipment and technology suppliers, packaging service providers, specialised equipment providers, refrigeration solution providers, cold chain logistics players like refrigerated carrier companies, shipping lines, container companies, warehouse and cold storage owners, reefer handling ports, terminals, railways and airlines are likely to attend the event .
The summit will see 25+ subject matter experts, focused tracks and dynamic discussion topics, international cold chain expert conducting workshop and latest cold chain solutions in the exhibition area.
EP News Bureau – Mumbai