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Cold Chain Global Forum Canada

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  • Features include: Master Class Certification Program, workshops, discussion groups, and Skelton Truck Lines tours.
  • This year's theme focuses on "Creating End-to-End Supply Chain Synergy" by dedicating four days to educate and inform.
  • The spectacular event will feature "practical, forward-thinking" approaches from keynote speakers & interactive panels.

Join C-suite speakers at the 17th Annual Cold Chain Global Forum, also known as the “largest temperature controlled life science supply chain event” from February 26-March 1 at the Hyatt Regency Toronto.

This year’s theme focuses on “Creating End-to-End Supply Chain Synergy” by dedicating four days to educate industry players on, “overcoming regulatory challenges, optimizing transportation routes, enhancing collaboration & change management, maintaining temperature controlled products and implementing new technologies to gain competitive advantage.”

The spectacular event will feature “practical, forward-thinking” approaches from keynote speakers on topics focusing on emerging technology, supply chain partnerships, how to improve reliability and reduce variability, the future of Canadian logistics, as well the effects of cyber criminals in supply chain. This year’s lineup of speakers include:

Nedal Ismail, Professor and Program Coordinator Bachelor of Commerce, Supply Chain Management & Management Studies, The Business School, Humber Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning

Dan Mirica, Former Head of Logistics, Lonza Biologics

Rick Prinzen, Chief Supply Chain Officer and Vice-President, Donor Relations, Canadian Blood Services

Stephanie Walker, Intelligence Analyst, The National Cyber Forensics and Training Alliance (NCFTA)

Shital Parik Mars, Chief Executive Officer, Progressive Care

Additionally, the conference offers a Master Class Certification Program, pre-conference workshops, demo drives, interactive discussion groups, and two feature site tour experiences of Skelton Truck Lines.

For more information and registration details, please visit: Cold Chain Global Forum Canada 

Source: Cold Chain Global Forum Canada