Refrigerated supply chains have helped keep this country supplied with vital grocery items throughout the pandemic of 2020. Because of the dedication of every participant along cold chains, grocery stores have remained stocked and plentiful, helping millions of struggling Americans to stay fed and safe. At the Cold Chain Summit, we’ll examine how they have adapted to this surge in demand and what new strategies can be adopted to ensure success when our economy returns to normal. What will the cold chains of 2021 and beyond look like? Whether you’re a carrier, driver, warehouse operator, cold shipper, or someone who relies on refrigerated transportation, tune in and participate in this exciting virtual event to learn how to better serve your customers, your carriers and your partners.
Click On Each Session For More Information; All times shown in EST.
The Logistics Behind Transporting a COVID-19 Vaccine
Larry St Onge, DHL
Urban Delivery in the Cold Supply Chain
Gautam Narang, Gatik and Kevin Hill, FreightWaves
SkyBitz Tech In Action
Terry Lucas, SkyBitz and Craig Marris, Coretex
Zach Strickland, FreightWaves and Anthony Smith, FreightWaves
How Technology Is Helping The Cold Chain Keep Up With Changing Customer Habits
John Brewer, CKE Restaurant Holdings, Inc.and Andrew Cox, FreightWaves
Inside the 4-Walls of Cold Chain Mobility
Tim Wills, Peak-Ryzez and Larry Klimczyk, FarEye
Current Trends In Cold Storage Real Estate
John Atcheson, ARCO Design/Build Southwest and David Sours, CBRE
WHAT THE TRUCK?!?
Michael Vincent, FreightWaves; Tim Dooner, FreightWaves; Niko Brown, SkyBitz and Travis Ross, Coretex
How COVID And Trade Tensions Affect Containerized Food Exports
Peter Friedmann, Agriculture Transportation Coalition and Greg Miller, FreightWaves