The Cold Chain Council, hosted by QProducts & Services, is hosting their very first webinar this summer, The New Normal: Evolving the Global Supply Chain with the Power of Data and Technology. Industry-leading speakers will provide insight and discussion about current changes and developments happening in the world of cold chain supply logistics. The goal of the Cold Chain Council for the food and beverage market as well as the pharma and chemical industries is to present and discuss topics from different cold chain segments within the global supply chain.
You're invited to the webinar on Tuesday, Jun. 23 at 11 AM CST as speakers share examples and insight into how a new evolution of the supply chain is being forged under the pressure of the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Learn about using the power of data to gain insight into every aspect of a transportation network, a matrix of shifts and changes in delivery models, tracking and tracing supply chain disruptions and what the future holds for the global supply chain as we navigate our way through the storm driven by SARS-CoV-2. Click here to register for the webinar.
Industry speakers will include:
- Don Durm, Global Cold Chain Alliance author and vp of customer solutions at PLM Trailer Leasing. Don is a recognized industry expert on cold chain transport application, regulatory compliance and the application of technology for a smarter food safety system.
- Amy Shortman, director of product marketing at Overhaul. Amy is a Chartered Fellow of the Institute of Transport and Logistics and brings over 20 years of experience in global pharmaceutical, healthcare, and life sciences cold chain management.
Cold Chain Council began three years ago to gather talent from all phases of the cold chain – including manufacturers, retail, distribution, and logistics partners – to share their perspectives on existing challenges and best practices. An intimate afternoon of networking and expert panel discussion was created as a non-conference and thought leadership event.
Today, two events are hosted: one for the food and beverage industry and another for the pharmaceutical and chemical industries. Each event features a full day of workshops and a limited number of attendees to ensure that Cold Chain Council is an intimate, collaborative experience every year. Taking place over an afternoon to accommodate busy schedules, topics cover current cold chain challenges so that attendees leave with a fresh perspective and actionable solutions.