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LinkedIn Cold Chain Webinar

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Creating a Connected Cold Chain

Join FoodLogiQ for a live webinar on Thursday, August 2nd, 2018 at 3:00 pm ET when we'll talk with Donna Garren at American Frozen Food Institute and Eric Moore at Testo about creating a connected cold chain.

Increased globalization and remote sourcing in the food industry have brought food options and convenience closer to home for many consumers. However, the ever-growing demand for these products has created new challenges for suppliers, shippers, and retailers. With the perishables industry constantly expanding, physical distances and shipping conditions are critical considerations in the supply chain.

The cold chain, which includes cold storage facilities, refrigerated trucks/trailers/containers, supermarket freezers and more, is an extremely important segment of the supply chain. In extreme cases of temperature, distance, and multiple modes of transportation, any weak link in the cold chain could mean extensive damage to product, brand name, or supplier-retailer relationships.

So what is the best way to connect the dots between each of those important pieces while mitigating risks and maintaining quality?

When it comes to quality cold chain technologies that ensure food safety from one end of the process to another, how do you decide what's right for your company?

During the webinar, attendees will:

  • Hear about the unique challenges that accompany a complex cold chain, as well as best practices that help ensure product integrity
  • Learn how technology can help optimize a cold chain with innovative monitoring techniques and tracking solutions
  • Get a clear understanding of the correlation between a detailed digital temperature history, quality assurance, and brand trust


Posted by Katy Jones on Jul 25, 2018 9:23:32 AM

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