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Programme for the 6th Cool Logistics Global conference, taking place on board the SS Rotterdam in the Netherlands on 30 September - 2 October. http://www.coollogisticsglobal.com

Programme for the 6th Cool Logistics Global conference, taking place on board the SS Rotterdam in the Netherlands on 30 September - 2 October. http://www.coollogisticsglobal.com

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  • 1. 30 Sep - 2 Oct 2014 | SS Rotterdam | Rotterdam, Netherlands6th G lobalC onference 6th G lobalC onference www.coollogisticsglobal.comwww.coollogisticsglobal.com TACKLING TRADE RISKS: Perishables, PROTECTIONISM & PROFITABILITY TACKLING TRADE RISKS: Perishables, PROTECTIONISM & PROFITABILITY Sponsors Host port Gold sponsor Silver sponsors 2015 launch sponsor boost your industry knowledge, contacts & business opportunities at “the best conference dealing with the logistics of perishable products” High level speakers | Latest market intelligence | Practical information | Outstanding networking
  • 2. 30 Sep - 2 Oct 2014 SS Rotterdam, Rotterdam Book your place now: www.coollogisticsglobal.com/register Tackling Trade Risks: Perishables, Protectionism & Profitability Following a successful conference last year, Cool Logistics Global returns to Rotterdam in 2014 with a big ‘3P’ agenda focused on perishables, protectionism and profitability. Refrigerated transport, logistics, infrastructure and technology continue to play a vital role in underpinning global trade in food, plus flowers, medicine, pharmaceuticals and other high- value items. Food remains dominant both in world agriculture trade and global perishables traffic, where fruit and protein commodities claim the lion’s share of refrigerated transport volume. And from farm to shelf, everyone who earns a living from the trade in these agricultural food commodities now faces the challenge of protectionism. The reality of increased trade embargoes, red tape and sanitary rules affecting poultry, meat, seafood, fruit and dairy shipments simply cannot be ignored. While everyone must be concerned with ensuring food safety, many see the rising tide of sanitary restrictions as little more than non-tariff based commercial barriers. A different kind of risk is posed by environmental pressures. This includes the problems of over fishing, although the trend towards aquaculture should in theory facilitate resource and supply chain management. Added to these emerging risks are constant challenges such as time to market, infrastructure access, especially in emerging economies and, as ever, unbroken fresh and frozen cold chain management from farm to shelf. Shipping profitability, and the willingness of carriers to invest in new refrigerated transport equipment, also has a major impact on the shape of things to come, as does the move towards mega-ships and alliances. The 6th Cool Logistics Global conference will draw these key themes together, including input from our recent Cool Logistics events in Africa and Latin America, to once again stimulate cross-party dialogue, information exchange and understanding along the entire perishables supply chain. The Cool Logistics team looks forward to meeting you in Rotterdam on 30 September back on board the iconic SS Rotterdam. welcome to cool logistics global
  • 3. 30 Sep - 2 Oct 2014 SS Rotterdam, Rotterdam Book your place now: www.coollogisticsglobal.com/register Rotterdam remains Europe’s, if not the world’s, leading gateway for refrigerated commodities. This includes a wide range of fresh produce and protein commodities such as fruit, meat and seafood, plus higher-value perishable cargoes such as food ingredients, prepared foods and complete ready-to eat meals. why rotterdam? Sponsors Host port Gold sponsor Silver sponsors 2015 launch sponsor sponsors
  • 4. 30 Sep - 2 Oct 2014 SS Rotterdam, Rotterdam Book your place now: www.coollogisticsglobal.com/register 2014 speakers and moderators 7 reasons to attend the 6th cool logistics global THOMAS ESKESEN, Global Head of Refrigerated Business, Maersk Line, Denmark ALEXIS MICHEL, Senior Vice President, Container Logistics and Reefer, CMA CGM, France joyce bliek, Director Containers and Breakbulk, Port of Rotterdam, Netherlands EMILE HOOGSTEDEN, Vice President Containers, Breakbulk and Logistics, Port of Rotterdam, Netherlands TOM ANNEBERG, Head of Commercial Department, PSA Zeebrugge, Belgium DOUG BANNISTER, Director Box Trade Intelligence, UK ARJAN BEZEMER, General Manager, Europe, Middle East & Africa, DAIKIN, Netherlands ALFRED CHEUNG, Founder, Green Society Association, Hong Kong JOACHIM COENS, CEO, Port of Zeebrugge, Belgium JELGER DE VRIEND, Managing Director, Total Produce Direct, Netherlands MICHAEL DEMPSEY, SVP Sales & Marketing, WAM Technologies, USA WIM DILLEN, Senior Business Development Manager, Port of Antwerp, Belgium KHALED FAWZY, Managing Director, Trimar Forwarding, Egypt MARKUS FELLMANN, Global Vice President, Hellmann Perishable Logistics, USA Jef Huyben, Chief Commercial Officer, ECS European Container Services, Belgium DEON JOUBERT, Special Envoy, Market Access & EU Matters, Citrus Growers Association, South Africa JACK KLOOSTERBOER, RvC, Director Business Development, Kloosterboer, Netherlands JEPPE KOLD, Logistics Director, Total Produce, Denmark MICHEL LOOTEN, Director, Seabury Group, Netherlands DR. LEO LUKASSE, Specialist Climate Control, Wageningen UR Food Food and Biobased Research, Germany DAVID MARJORAM, Director, David Marjoram Ltd, UK Tom Erling Mikkelsen, Site Manager Airfreight, Marine Harvest, Norway ALAN MURPHY, COO and Partner, SeaIntel Maritime Analysis, Denmark ALAN ROBERTSON, Director, Webster Robertson, UK MARC ROOMS, Business Development Manager, Lancaster/Daforco, Belgium HARALD ROSSÅ, Traffic Manager, Marine Harvest, Norway Mathijs Slangen, Director Strategic Accounts, TIP Trailer Services, Netherlands DR. ANNA SNOWDON, Independent Post-Harvest Technologist, Dr Anna Snowdon, UK DAVID SUSSMANN, President, Seafoodexport, France Jean Vanmalle, Logistics Director, Companie Fruitiere, France Walter Vermeer, Category Procurement Manager Logistics, FrieslandCampina, Netherlands YVES WILD, Managing Director, Dr-Ing Yves Wild Ingenieurburo, Germany The speaker list is a work in progress and will be continually updated | Last update 21 July 2014 Meet the players who make end-to-end global cold chains work - all under one roof Connect with 100s of senior perishable logistics professionals and create new business opportunities Interact with diverse industry specialists and get a better all-round view of the market Hear straight from top international reefer shipping executives and maritime trade analysts Assess opportunities and risks in emerging markets with Africa, Asia and Latin America trade experts Review the latest advances and issues in reefer technology and operations Gain in-depth understanding of this exciting part of modern logistics 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 KEYNOTE & HOST PORT PRESENTERS
  • 5. 30 Sep - 2 Oct 2014 SS Rotterdam, Rotterdam Book your place now: www.coollogisticsglobal.com/register “A useful forum for the exchange of ideas between shippers & logistics service providers.” José Perottoni, International Logistics DIrector, brf, Brazil “Well organized” Mart de Lange, European Sourcing Manager, Ahold, Netherlands “The best conference dealing with the logistics of perishable products. The dedicated search for solutions discerns it from other conferences of this kind.” Dawie Ferreira, CEO Logistics, Capespan, South Africa “Professional and well organised as usual” Per Gauger, Shipping Manager, ESS-FOOD , Denmark “An interesting event with good speakers” Michel Jansen, Managing DIrector, Total Produce, Netherlands “A good opportunity to network and exchange ideas and getting bigger every year” Eric Eng, VP Global Reefer Trade, APL, Singapore “A fruitful exchange of market developments in the reefer industry” Clemens Holz, Director Global Reefer Management, Hapag-Lloyd, Germany “The event matures each year and the networking opportunities are superb” Ian McIntosh, GM Sales, MOL, South Africa “A good vintage of speakers and professional updates on reefer carriage topics” David Moreau, General Manager, Africa Express Line, UK “Interesting and valuable information exchanged” Ralph Mohlin, NYKCool, Sweden “An important value adding event, if not THE event in cold chain management.” Benjamin Kaiser, Reefer Trade Manager Europe, Kuehne + Nagel, Germany “The most productive concentration of cold- chain professionals you can find in the same place at the same time.” Paul Gallie, Managing Director, APM Terminals Moin, Costa Rica “An invaluable event to meet all our customers and our customers’ customers in one place” Kartik Kumar, Director Marketing & Strategic Planning, Carrier Transicold, USA PRE-CONFERENCE MONDAY 29 SEPTEMBER MORNING A behind-the-scenes look at a distribution centre. AFTERNOON Maasvlakte 2 tour See Rotterdam’s next generation automated port infrastructure in the making. To book your place on one or both of these tours, please contact: helen@coollogisticsconference.com 19:00 - 22:00 Icebreaker welcome EVENING aboard the SS Rotterdam Courtesy of DP World Antwerp & foodcareplus Start your networking in style at the annual Cool Logistics Icebreaker evening. Meet contacts old and new from the world of perishable logistics while taking yourself back to the full glamour of the SS Rotterdam in its heyday and get into the swing with retro girl band The Tootsie Rollers. SHIPPERS & CARGO OWNERS the cool logistics experience carrierS, FORWArDERS & 3plS PORTS, TERMINALS & INLAND EQUIPMENT, TECHNOLOGY & SERVICES
  • 6. 30 Sep - 2 Oct 2014 SS Rotterdam, Rotterdam Book your place now: www.coollogisticsglobal.com/register CONFERENCE business sessions 07:30 Registration, networking & refreshments 09:00 Welcome from the organisers Rachael White & Alex von Stempel Managing Directors, Cool Logistics Resources, UK 09:00 BUSINESS SESSION 1: TACKLING TRADE RISKS & SUPPLY CHAIN UNCERTAINTY The economy is beginning to recover with fresh signs of optimism in the air. Yet how vulnerable is the global perishables community to political instability, protectionism and other trade risks, including the financial viability of the reefer shipping sector? As ever, the opening keynote session will seek to identify the main trends and provide the different stake-holders with an opportunity to share their visions about the future of the perishable logistics sector. Key issues: • Global and regional perishable markets • Supply and demand • Establishing a level playing field for market access 09:10 Moderator’s opening remarks Doug Bannister Director, Box Trade Intelligence, UK 09:15 Host port welcome Emile Hoogsteden Director of Containers, Breakbulk & Logistics, Port of Rotterdam, Netherlands 09:30 Keynote 1: What can the perishable logistics sector do to help reconnect ‘growth’ and ‘profitability’ without encouraging waste? 09:55 Keynote 2: Combining carrier service profitability with investment in high technology reefer container fleets Alexis Michel Senior Vice President, Container Logistics and Reefer, CMA CGM, France 10:20 Discussion 10:40 Networking & refreshments 11:20 BUSINESS SESSION 2: REVIEWING PERISHABLE TRADE EXPECTATIONS The world’s leading food export and import activity can still be found in Europe and the US. However, there is a growing production and trade shift towards emerging economies, with China likely to act as the world’s strongest food import magnet in the future. And while fruit, seafood and meat continue to dominate global export/import volumes, a shift towards value-added ‘sophisticated’ foods – a market now dominated by Europe and the US – is also taking place in the rest of the world. What will it take to create robust end-to end cold chains that can meet the demands of an evolving perishable product base? Key issues: • What new supply chain strategies are needed to survive in tomorrow’s markets? • New processes enabling both producers and supply chain professionals to compete in the battle for better market access • Who makes money in the cold chain and how? • Sourcing, marketing and logistics – the new recipes for success • Investment, profits and cost management • Safety risks and legislation - implications for the perishables supply chain Moderator: Doug Bannister Director, Box Trade Intelligence, UK Speakers: Jelger de Vriend Managing Director, Retail, Total Produce Direct, Netherlands David Sussman President, Seafoodexport, France Jean Vanmalle Logistics Director, Companie Fruitiere, France Walter Vermeer Category Procurement Manager Logistics, FrieslandCampina, Netherlands 12:30 Networking & lunch Lunch kindly sponsored by Kloosterboer TUESDAY 30 SEPTEMBER Visit us at www.coollogisticsglobal.com for the latest conference upates
  • 7. 30 Sep - 2 Oct 2014 SS Rotterdam, Rotterdam Book your place now: www.coollogisticsglobal.com/register CONFERENCE business sessions 14:00 BUSINESS SESSION 3: GLOBAL PERISHABLES MARITIME TRANSPORT At Cool Logistics Global 2013, Thomas Eskesen, Head of Global Refrigerated Business at Maersk Line, said that global reefer traffic volumes were likely to grow just 1% in 2013. As a result, Maersk Line would continue to defer any new investment in reefer equipment through 2014. Meanwhile, Peter Fredriksen, Executive Board Member at Hamburg Süd, said that the German carrier was likely to make a modest investment in new boxes after a 2-year break. This has recently been confirmed. This year, some of these statements will be revisited and re- evaluated, including whether freight rate rises and long-term contracts have caught on and whether shippers feel that they may have to retain a finger on the logistics pulse by operating their own (chartered) tonnage, as well as grab the intermodal initiative. Can reefer box carriers find a new way to support trade growth in mature and emerging markets while securing enough profits to stay afloat? 14:00 Moderator’s opening remarks Doug Bannister Director, Box Trade Intelligence, UK 14:05 Keynote 3: 20:20 vision: How are shipping alliances and mergers affecting reefer trades and profitability? Thomas Eskesen Global Head of Refrigerated Business, Maersk Line, Denmark 14:25 The Brave New World of container routing and its impact on reefers • Point-point and transhipment schedules • Cargo cut-off, availability and transit times • Tracking service responsibility Alan Murphy COO and Partner, SeaIntel Maritime Analysis, Denmark 14:40 Global reefer shipping analysis • Drilling down into the different perishable commodities • What moves where, how and why? Michel Looten Director, Maritime Seabury Group, Netherlands 14:55 Implementing a multi-country logistics sourcing strategy: An importer/distributor perspective • Is logistics contracting in need of rationalisation? • Controlling the supply chain: the transition from CIF to FOB • Implications for carriers and shippers Jeppe Kold Logistics Manager, Total Produce Direct and TP Nordic, Denmark 15:10 Discussion 15:30 Networking & refreshments 16:15 Annual BUSINESS Discussion: THE GREAT OCEAN FREIGHT DEBATE Shipping needs profits without which it cannot invest. Cargo needs logistics without which ultimately it cannot sell. Can the demands of cost control and service quality be squared? Key issues: • Reefer rates and capacity – what happened in 2014 and what should shippers expect for 2015 and beyond? • The future for specialised reefer shipping logistics • Transhipment: trade risk or trade enabler? • Port access, ship turnaround and transit time • Reefer box supply and demand • Where does the perishable freight forwarder fit it? • Could reefer containers be operated more efficiently? • Focusing on transport assets and customer service – Is this really possible? Moderator: Doug Bannister Director, Box Trade Intelligence, UK Panel: Wim Dillen Senior Business Development Manager, Port of Antwerp, Belgium Thomas Eskesen Global Head of Refrigerated Business, Maersk Line, Denmark Deon Joubert Special Envoy - Market Access and EU Matters, Citrus Growers’ Association, South Africa Alexis Michel Senior Vice President, Container Logistics and Reefer, CMA CGM, France 17:00 Close of Day 1 business sessions
  • 8. 30 Sep - 2 Oct 2014 SS Rotterdam, Rotterdam Book your place now: www.coollogisticsglobal.com/register CONFERENCE business sessions 18:00 Official networking reception Kindly hosted by Port of Rotterdam With welcome by Emile Hoogsteden Director of Containers, Breakbulk and Logistics, Port of Rotterdam Reception runs to 20:00 08:00 Registration, networking & refreshments 09:00 BUSINESS SESSION 4: EMERGING MARKET BRIEFINGS The inexorable rise of the global middle class continues to drive developments in emerging economies, both in production and consumption. But worldwide, still far too many perishable commodities are being wasted due to lack of proper perishable handling skills, red tape, cold chain infrastructure, congested land transport and port connections. The true test of proper cold chain management lies in reducing waste along the entire perishable supply chain. What kind of strategies are being developed to avoid wasting valuable food and other perishable commodities in emerging economies? 09:00 Market briefing #1: Africa Juggling with the politics of perishables Key issues: • Market access • Transport capacity and investment • Risk mitigation • Trucking and shipping • Intra-Africa potential 09:00 Moderator’s opening remarks 09:05 Juggling with the politics of perishables Deon Joubert Special Envoy - Market Access & EU Matters Citrus Growers Association, South Africa 09:20 North Africa’s comeback Khaled Fawzy Managing Director, Trimar Forwarding, Egypt 09:35 Risk versus reward in Africa’s perishables trades Marc Rooms Business Development Manager, Lancaster/ Daforco, Belgium 09:45 Discussion 10:00 Market briefing #2: Asia Rising to the new challenges By the end of the decade China could dominate global seafood demand. As outlined at last year’s Cool Logistics Global, massive urbanisation and consolidation of traditional food supply lines will also drive strong growth for imported beef, pork and chicken, plus increased demand for dairy, fruit, vegetables and prepared foods. How will all of this effect existing reefer shipping trade routing? What investment opportunities will it open up? Key issues: • Perishable supply and demand • Trade facilitation and trade barriers • Risk mitigation • New food trade opportunities between emerging economies 10:00 Moderator’s opening remarks 10:05 Connecting global and regional perishable logistics strategies Harald Rosså Logistics Traffic Manager, Marine Harvest, Norway 10:20 Case study: fresh oysters by sea – really? Alfred Cheung Managing Director, Green Society Association Ltd, Hong Kong 10:35 Discussion 10:50 Networking & refreshments 11:40 Market briefing #3: Latin America Tackling weakness in ‘first mile’ operations Key issues: • Port access • Landside infrastructure and services • Farm to port cooling • Reducing red tape WEDNESDAY 1 OCTOBER
  • 9. 30 Sep - 2 Oct 2014 SS Rotterdam, Rotterdam Book your place now: www.coollogisticsglobal.com/register CONFERENCE business sessions Speakers: Markus Fellmann Global Vice President, Hellmann Perishable Logistics, USA More speakers to be announced at www.coollogisticsglobal.com/speakers 12:40 Networking & lunch Lunch kindly sponsored by Kuehne + Nagel 14:10 BUSINESS SESSION 5: INTERMODAL FIRST & LAST MILE: LAND, WATER & AIR Hinterland logistics remains the least understood segment of the perishable supply chains, largely because there is still no seamless transition between the different transport modes. Reefer containers remain largely riveted to maritime logistics while reefer trucks remain tied in domestic perishable trades. Both seem to happily co- exist, meeting at cold store cross-dock level for chilled and frozen cargo. Meanwhile, rail, short sea and barge now form distinct but growing subsets of the bigger global perishable supply chain. What alternatives can airfreight offer to the intercontinental business? Key issues: • Multimodal transport options: different drivers and operational limitations • How successful are shipper-led intermodal initiatives? • Developing customised end-to-end reefer logsitics solutions 14:10 Moderator’s opening remarks 14:15 Multimodal transport options: different drivers and operational limitations Mathijs Slangen Director Strategic Accounts, TIP Trailer Services, Netherlands 14:35 Integrated short sea and barge multimodal solutions Jack Kloosterboer Director Business Development, Kloosterboer BV, Netherlands 14:50 The port’s role in intermodal first and last mile (working title) Joyce Bliek Director Containers and Breakbulk, Port of Rotterdam, Netherlands 15:10 Discussion with speakers joined by Tom Erling Mikkelsen Site Manager Airfreight, Marine Harvest, Norway 16:00 Networking & refreshments 16:45 CLOSING SESSION: conference feedback, wrap-up & 2015 taster Moderator: Rachael White Joint Managing Director, Cool Logistics Resources, UK Joined by: Tom Anneberg Head of Commercial Department, PSA Zeebrugge, Belgium Joachim Coens CEO, Port of Zeebrugge, Belgium Jef Huyben CCO, ECS European Container Services, Belgium 17:30 CLOSE OF CONFERENCE BUSINESS SESSIONS Cool Logistics Global 2014 continues on 2 October with Operations & Technology Sessions - see next page for details CALLING SHIPPERS & CARGO OWNERS If you produce, sell or buy perishable cargoes, you’re entitled to a 30% discount on conference and workshop fees. Simply select the ‘SHIPPER’ option when you book online or contact Helen Coffey at: helen@coollogisticsconference.com sPECIAL OFFER FOR SHIPPERS
  • 10. 30 Sep - 2 Oct 2014 SS Rotterdam, Rotterdam Book your place now: www.coollogisticsglobal.com/register workshop OPERATIONS & TECHNOLOGY SESSIONS PERISHABLE LOGISTICS IN ACTION: TRAINING, OPERATIONS &TECHNOLOGY 09:30 Welcome & opening remarks objectives & context for the day 09:45 operations session 1: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT FOR PERISHABLES Where is the new life-blood of tomorrow’s perishable supply coming from if we don’t attract and train good people? How to bridge the gap between different production, storage and transportation disciples in order to create a new breed of qualified, recognised perishable logistics professionals is a critical task for the industry. Equally important is grass-roots training, to ensure that staff at pack-houses and other key points along the cold chain understand the importance of proper handling, packing and temperature management. Identifying some of the problems that reside at the heart of perishable logistics operations and skills development, and how to start addressing them, will be the main objective of this session. Key issues: • Recruitment – management & entry level • Basic training & skills development • Rights & regulations • Health & safety • Professional qualifications Panel: Alfred Cheung Managing Director, Green Society Association, Hong Kong 10:30 Networking & refreshments 11:10 operations session 2: reefer operations under the microscope - practical examples & remedies Key issues: • Temperature, humidity & condition management • Reefers off power - how long is too long? • How to avoid contamination? • How to avoid claims? 11:10 Moderator’s opening remarks 11:15 Temperature, humidity and condition management Dr Leo Lukasse Specialist Climate Control, Wageningen UR Food Food and Biobased Research, Germany 11:40 Comparing banana claims in conventional and container carriage – what can we learn and what can be done to reduce losses? Dr. Anna Snowdon Independent Post-Harvest Technologist, Dr Anna Snowdon, UK 12:00 How long can reefers operate without power? Dr.-Ing. Yves Wild Managing Director, Dr-Ing Yves Wild Ingenieurbuero GmbH, Germany Alan Robertson Managing Director, Webster Robertson, UK 12:30 Discussion 13:00 Networking & lunch Lunch kindly sponsored by Purfresh 14:15 operations session 3: reefer technology - innovation & investment Key issues: • Reefer unit cost analysis & forecast • How to improve visibility & control of reefer assets • Power & energy management • Reducing operating & maintenance costs • New materials for reefer containers • New refrigerants, global warming potential & legislation • Cold treatment – how can technology help? • CA, MAP & other enabling technologies • Gensets: challenges & solutions 14:15 Moderator’s opening remarks 14:15 Reefer unit cost analysis & forecast • Fluctuation of raw material prices: short, medium & long term THURSDAY 2 OCTOBER
  • 11. 30 Sep - 2 Oct 2014 SS Rotterdam, Rotterdam Book your place now: www.coollogisticsglobal.com/register workshop OPERATIONS & TECHNOLOGY SESSIONS David Marjoram Director, Dave Marjoram Ltd, UK 14:30 Improving visibility & control of reefer assets Michael Dempsey VP Sales and Marketing, WAM Technologies, USA 14:45 Reefer technology - annual debate With: Arjan Bezemer General Manager, Europe, Middle East & Africa, Daikin Refrigeration, Netherlands Michael Dempsey VP Sales and Marketing, WAM Technologies, USA David Marjoram Principal, Dave Marjoram Ltd, UK Alan Robertson Managing Director, Webster Robertson, UK Dr.-Ing. Yves Wild Managing Director, Dr-Ing Yves Wild Ingenieurbuero GmbH, Germany Carrier Transicold (speaker name tbc) More speakers and topics to be announced at www.coollogisticsglobal.com/speakers 15:45 operations sessions wrap-up: feedback & critical action points 16:00 CLOSE OF operations sessions & COOL LOGISTICS GLOBAL 2014 Cool Logistics Resources Ltd reserves the right to alter the content and timings of the conference and workshop programmes. Connect with us online Follow us on Twitter @coollogistics Like us on Facebook /CoolLogistics Find us on Linkedin and join the discussion thanks to our media & industry supporters Connect with us in person Delegate and speaker enquiries: Helen Coffey helen@coollogisticsconference.com Sponsor enquiries: Anne Williams anne@coollogisticsconference.com Media enquiries: Holly Thompson holly@coollogisticsconference.com All other enquiries: Annelies Theodorou annelies@coollogisticsconference.com
  • 12. 30 Sep - 2 Oct 2014 SS Rotterdam, Rotterdam Book your place now: www.coollogisticsglobal.com/register booking form WAYS TO REGISTER ONLINE: www.coollogisticsglobal.com/register EMAIL THIS FORM: helen@coollogisticsconference.com BY PHONE: +44 (0) 20 8506 3908 / +44 (0) 20 8506 3905 FAX THIS FORM: +44 (0) 20 8529 8236 DELEGATE DETAILS: TITLE & FULL NAME: JOB TITLE: COMPANY: ADDRESS: BY PHONE COUNTRY: COUNTRY: TEL: MOBILE: EMAIL: WEB: PAYMENT DETAILS: Invoice details: (bank transfer details will be on the invoice) NAME: COMPANY: ADDRESS: BY PHONE COUNTRY: TEL: EMAIL: VAT NUMBER: COUNTRY OF REGISTRATION: SELECT AN OPTION: FULL EVENT (CONFERENCE & WORKSHOP) Tuesday 30 September - Thursday 2 October €1500 + VAT CONFERENCE ONLY Tuesday 30 September - Wednesday 1 October €1250 + VAT WORKSHOP ONLY Thursday 2 October €620 + VAT TERMS & CONDITIONS CANCELLATIONS: received in writing by 30 August 2014 will be refunded less a £50 admin fee. Cancellations received after 30 August 2014 will not be refunded. Substitutions are welcome at any time. IS YOUR PLACE CONFIRMED? Once your booking has been processed you will always receive a confirmation email from us. If you do not receive this, please contact helen@coollogisticsconference.com. VAT: VAT may be applicable. You will be informed when we confirm your booking. YOUR DATA: Your personal information will be held on a database and used to keep you up-to-date with this and future Cool Logistics events. If you do not wish your details to be used for this purpose, please write to Cool Logistics Database Administration, Suite 5, Meridian House, 62 Station Road, London, E4 7BA, UK. DISCLAIMER: Cool Logistics Resources Ltd reserve the right to change the content of Cool Logistics Africa 2014 at any time without notice. By sending this form, you are confirming that you wish to register as a delegate for Cool Logistics Global 2014 and that you agree to these T&Cs. VENUE SS ROTTERDAM +31 900 337 68 83 www.ssrotterdam.nl 3EKATENDRECHTSEHOOFD25,3072AMROTTERDAM CARGO OWNERS RECEIVE 30% DISCOUNT Select shipper option online or contact us