Cool Logistics Africa, 24 - 26 April 2012, Vineyard Hotel & Spa Cape Town
Creating cold chain skills, services and infrastructure to compete in global markets
From South African fruit to Kenyan flowers, the trade in perishables generates critical export revenue and employment for Africa. Future growth potential is significant, both at the global and regional level. But to seize the day, Africa must now hone its cold supply chains.
This new forum assembles all of the key players to discuss how to deliver cold chain capacity, services and skills for Africa to compete fully on the world perishables stage, grow regional trade and ensure efficient distribution for vital food imports.
Bringing international and regional providers of cold chain logistics, transport services and infrastructure to meet with Africa’s perishable cargo producers and shippers, Cool Logistics Africa provides a potent learning and networking forum, combining timely market intelligence, practical education, lively debate and the chance to build and strengthen business relations across the continent and beyond.
Taking place just ahead of the critical South African citrus export season, Cool Logistics Africa will also provide a timely opportunity for shippers and carriers to discuss latest volume forecasts and the capacity outlook for the season ahead. For more informaton visit http://www.coollogisticsafrica.com
Source: newsroom - meattradenewsdaily.co.uk
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