"ColdChain Expo Eurasia" will shed light on the cold chain industry
Conference program is covering the latest developments in the sector
Ever increasing world population and changing consumer behavior patterns, result in an increase in fresh, frozen and ready food products. This demand also increases the need for cold chain systems required for transportation and storage of such products. The Cold Chain Logistics, Equipment and Technologies Special Section - ColdChain Expo Eurasia, of WorldFood Istanbul which will be held at Istanbul Expo Center, CNR Expo between 1 - 4 September 2016 is at the forefront as the “first specialized exhibition” of the region’s cold chain industry.
Supported mainly by Global Cold Chain Alliance and Cold Chain Logistics Association Turkey and UTIKAD in Turkey, this special section will be hosting a conference that will be held concurrently with the exhibition. The latest developments in the sector will be discussed by academicians, and professionals from public and private organizations. The conference will also contribute to the development and globalization of the cold chain industry.
Organized by ITE Turkey, the 24th International Food Products and Processing Technologies Exhibition - WorldFood Istanbul; will be hosting the ColdChain Expo Eurasia special section which will be organized for the first time this year. As the first specialized event of the cold chain industry in Eurasia Region, this special section will create new business and partnership opportunities for the companies operating in the areas of Cold Chain Services, Cold Transportation and Equipment and Cold Storage and Equipment. The bilateral business meetings to be held as part of the special section, will help the cold chain industry to grow by 13,9 percent until 2020.
ColdChain Expo Eurasia will bring professionals together that own or rent out or manage temperature controlled transportation, storage and lifting products and services for the Food Manufacture and Supply, Fruit & Vegetables, Meat & Dairy products, Seafood & fish, Frozen & Chilled Food Products, Agriculture & Horticulture, Wholesale, Distribution & Retail, Transportation, Pharmaceutical & Healthcare, Cold Storage and Horeca (hotel, restaurant, cafe) sectors.
ITE Turkey FMCG & Energy Group Director Atilla Marangozoglu: “Cold storage, cold transportation and similar processes are needed to ensure that food products preserve their properties and meet food safety criteria up to the point of sale. Looking at the latest trends in the food industry, we see that there’s an increasing demand for fresh, frozen and ready food products. Also there’s an increasing demand for the cold chain systems that play a crucial role in distribution of these products to the points of sales. In line with this growing need of the sector, we decided to organize Cold Chain Logistics, Equipment and Technologies Special Section – ColdChain Expo Eurasia as part of 24th WorldFood Istanbul. With this organization, our exhibitors and visitors will get a chance to tap new business and partnership opportunities in the Eurasia Region which offers sustainable growth potential while the conference which will cover the latest developments in the sector will facilitate information and experience sharing in the industry.”
To be organized at Istanbul Expo Center, CNR Expo between 1 - 4 September 2016, the 24th International Food Products and Processing Technologies Exhibition - WorldFood Istanbul and 31st International Packaging and Food Processing Systems Exhibition – Ipack Turkey will bring the players of the food and packaging industries together. The exhibitions that will be organized concurrently will be offering new opportunities in terms of growth of both sectors. In addition to ColdChain Expo Eurasia – Cold Chain Logistics, Equipment and Technologies Special Section and Food Additives Special Section - Ingredients Turkey, which will be organized for the first time this year as a part of WorldFood Istanbul, Ipack Turkey will be featuring the Food Processing Machinery and Equipment Special Section – WorldFoodTech” for the first time.