Global Cold Chain Expo Expanding in 2017


Global Cold Chain Expo, now in its second year, will share a single trade show floor with the International Floriculture Expo and United Fresh’s new FreshTEC and FreshMKT expos in 2017. All four shows will occupy the larger West Hall at Chicago’s McCormick Place Convention Center in Chicago, June 13-15.

“We’re excited to have our cold chain exhibitors sharing a show floor with the Floriculture and United Fresh shows this year,” said Global Cold Chain Alliance President & CEO Corey Rosenbusch. “The co-location allows our exhibitors to connect with buyers and developers of all shows in search of perishable business practice solutions, and for attendees to experience and find innovation throughout the full supply chain, ensuring improved cold chain services and food safety and quality maintenance and accountability.”

In addition to the trade show, the Global Cold Chain Expo will deliver cutting-edge educational programming. On Tuesday, June 13, a dedicated Global Cold Chain Conference will allow attendees to focus on specific business challenges and opportunities in the perishable supply chain. Sessions will be aligned into four tracks – 3PL Operations, Cold Chain Solutions, Engineering and Transportation. The program is designed for operations managers, engineers, plant managers and transportation directors, parties who buy or lease cold chain services including growers and other food producers who own or lease cooling equipment, cold storage or handling facilities, food manufa...

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