The Cold Chain transportation experts at QProducts & Services present the Top 5 Cold Chain Drivers for 2020.
Enter 2020 armed with knowledge that can help you strategically plan your cold chain operations. From cannabis disruption to wild weather, there are many things going on socially, logistically, and environmentally to be aware of. These insights are from speakers at the annual Cold Chain Council, and our internal experts at QProducts & Services.
QProducts & Services extends their gratitude to the many industry experts that spoke at the June Cold Chain Council for the Food & Beverage Industries. Together, they educated attendees on how to best leverage these drivers in anticipation of 2020.
- Kieran Murphy, R&D Technical Manager at Starbucks Coffee Company
- Kerwin Belle, Commercial CC Manager at CN Intermodal Group
- Jon Davis, Chief Meteorologist at Riskpulse
- Lara Sowinski, Editorial Director of Food Logistics Magazine
- Diana Marie, Founder of Hempress Tea
- Matt Lancor, Founder of Kombuchade
Check Out the Top 5 Cold Chain Drivers for 2020 Below:
QProducts & Services is a manufacturer of passive temperature protection and cargo security solutions for the global supply chain. For over 25 years, they have developed innovative, cost-saving solutions for transporting temperature sensitive commodities. QProducts & Services has expanded their product line to include cargo security solutions and wireless temperature monitoring technologies. Manufactured just outside of Chicago, IL, their patented products are noted for durability, performance and reliability in protecting the integrity of shippers’ cargo throughout the supply chain.