We’re thrilled to have been asked to speak at this year’s Cool Logistics Global conference in Europe.

Held in Valencia, Spain 17-19 September, this event promises to be the biggest yet. The 11th annual conference aims to connect ‘perishable cargo-owners with cold chain logistics and transport professionals from around the world’.

In a series of Q&A’s and presentations the aim is to assess ‘key market trends and operational best practice for the international movement of chilled and frozen cargoes by air, land and sea’.

Jupiter delighted to speak this year

Our Global Head of Logistics, Francesca is looking forward to speaking as part of a panel on the day looking at ‘Global shippers demands’ including key talking points such as the effect on cargo-owners by trade barriers and a discussion around whether shippers will be prepared to pay for better service from ocean carriers.

In what’s sure to be a fascinating debate, Francesca will be joined by other global thought leaders, Juan Puchades from Bollo and Frank Ganse from Kuehne + Nagel.

Francesca says “I look forward to meeting with the other speakers to discuss the forthcoming challenges facing the industry over the next few years. With threats to wildlife and biodiversity and the current geo-political landscape, it’s bound to be an interesting event. Make sure to say hi if you see me on the day.”

Join us in Valencia

With a new host port each year, Cool Logistics Global is taking place in Valencia for the first time. Called ‘a vibrant international hub for food exports and imports’, we look forward to meeting with other cold chain logistics professionals in the brilliant backdrop of Spain’s leading port.

We hope to see you there.

If you would like to arrange a meeting with Francesca, send an email to communications@test.wotsitdesign.co.uk with your full contact details and the name of your company.

The Jupiter Group is a leader in the global fresh produce market. Ranked 22nd in the 2019 The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200, Jupiter grows and supplies new and traditional varieties of grapes and citrus alongside melons, pineapples, cherries, limes, avocados, ginger and garlic.

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