International Association for Cold Storage Construction - IACSC Conference & Expo 2017

Event contact title
Director of Marketing and Membership
Event contact first name
James
Event contact last name
Rogers
Email
jrogers@gcca.org
Event contact telephone number
+1 703 373 4300 x 233
Description
The Global Cold Chain Expo brings thousands of cold chain innovators and experts together under one roof. The trade show and educational conference combination offers the most valuable and comprehensive business-to-business networking event serving the perishables industry. It is a one-stop-shop for innovation, education and business-to-business networking for the global food industry cold chain – from producer to consumer.
Attendee information

The main attendees at this event are top-level executives from public refrigerated warehousing companies as well as industry contractors and suppliers.

Exhibitor information
Exhibitors will include companies that provide services*, equipment, tools, and technologies that support the infrastructure and operations of the global cold chain; design and build services for cold storage, warehouse and processing facilities; all forms of refrigerated transportation; import/export facilities and services; and companies that provide third-party cold storage and refrigeration logistics. If you offer any of the following categories of products and services for the exhibitions and events industry, reserve your exhibit space today. *Examples of "Cold Chain Services" Exhibitors Automation Providers Doors Air Curtains Battery and Power Systems Insulated Panels Roofing Staffing Firms Material Handling/Racking Energy Management/Monitoring Engineering Floor Install/Repair Refrigeration Equipment Solar WMS/TMS Solutions

Partner Voices

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