The Cool Chain Association (CCA) has launched a membership drive in its quest for a more quality-driven temperature-sensitive supply chain.
Welcoming over 60 delegates to its Seventh Global Perishables Conference held online on 15 September, it has created a new logo and website , the latter providing easy access to information about ongoing projects, as well as downloadable white papers and case studies.
CCA chairman Stavros Evangelakakis explained: “There has perhaps never been a more pressing time for our community to work together and drive quality in the temperature-sensitive supply chain. CCA provides a neutral platform to facilitate collaboration with the aim of reducing food loss and waste, as well as benefiting the pharma industry.
“Our new look is a reflection of our renewed vision to grow membership and drive quality-driven change in the industry.”
Secretary general and airline partner manager at SkyCell, Nicola Caristo added: “We welcome any suggestions for projects that will progress the ambition of the association to reduce waste and loss and improve the quality, efficiency, and value of the cool supply chain. It allows us to concentrate efforts and resources on specific topics and projects, whilst showcasing the benefits of joining the association.”
For more information on joining CCA or taking part in one of its programmes go to coolchain.org
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