As food and beverage companies adapt to changing consumer demands, the cold chain is becoming a more critical part of their operational and supply chain strategies. Estimates are that the refrigerated transport market will reach 3.25 billion tons by 2022, growing at a CAGR of 2.5% from 2017-2022.
What trends are driving this growth? How do emerging technologies support cold chain transportation strategies?
Food Logistics’ editor-in-chief Marina Mayer will sit down with Geoffrey Milsom, vice president at enVista Corp., and Mathew Burke, supply chain program manager for Castellini, at MODEX 2020 to discuss the latest transportation insights and innovations shaping the food and beverage industry, what works and what doesn't and why supplier/customer relationships are imperative to staying ahead of ever-changing trends.
“This case study-type discussion is a prime example as to the importance of good customer/supplier relationships, and showcases how quality supply chain management software helps foodservice distributors, like Castellini, for example, provide visibility, traceability and compliance to their customers,” says Mayer.
The presentation will take place Tuesday, March 10 from 10:30-11:15 a.m. in the Transportation & Logistics Theater.