FDBusiness.com

TCS&D Conferences Break the Ice on Big Issues

 Breaking News
  • UK Supermarkets Sweep Up 17 Months of Growth UK supermarket sales have increased in value by 3.1% compared with last year according to the latest grocery market share figures from Kantar Worldpanel, for the 12 weeks to 8 October 2017. This marks the 17th period of growth in a row for Britain’s grocers. Like-for-like grocery inflation remains at 3.2% but consumers could be [...]...
  • Hilton Food Group to Expand to New Zealand Hilton Food Group, the UK-based specialist international meat packing business, is to proceed with plans to expand its packing capability to New Zealand. Hilton will construct a new meat processing facility in Auckland and supply Progressive Enterprises, New Zealand’s leading retailer, trading as Countdown Supermarkets. As Progressive Enterprises is also part of the Woolworths business, [...]...
  • From Measurement Data to Smart Actions Energy and process industry monitoring and control systems contain a lot of data, which is not always fully utilised. Data is also collected in different systems, which further hampers comprehensive overall management. The efficient use of measurement data is increasingly becoming a crucial factor in gaining a competitive advantage. Elomatic’s FORMIOT data analysis service offers support [...]...
  • Rocla’s Automation Solution Maximizes Storage Capacity and Saves Money Operations at Valio’s new whey powder factory started gradually in Autumn 2014. The main goal was to build a fully automated warehouse. Valio also needed to maximize the storage capacity in this space, and to be able to adjust the temperature and air humidity. At the warehouse there are 3 Rocla’s automated guided vehicles (AGVs) [...]...
  • Packaging Automation Helps Chicory Crops to Grow As a growing business Packaging Automation know how important it is to keep cash within the business and how hard it is to acquire the machines and equipment you need to grow. Packaging Automation want to help businesses to grow, adapt and keep up with what can be frighteningly fast paced growth without tying up [...]...

TCS&D Conferences Break the Ice on Big Issues

TCS&D Conferences Break the Ice on Big Issues
July 21
10:23 2015

This year’s free-to-attend Temperature Controlled Storage & Distribution (TCS&D) Show conference programme is packed with cool customers, and offers the chance for delegates to grill a panel of industry leaders on the challenges facing the sector.

The event – held on 16-17 September at the Peterborough Arena – will also feature more than 100 exhibitors supplying products and services for the perishable product supply chain, including big names such as Gray & Adams, Krone Trailers UK, Thermo King, Jungheinrich UK and SSI Schaefer.

The conferences, held at the event’s 50-seater Seminar Theatre, sponsored by Carrier Transicold, will take place on a first-come, first-served basis, and do not require delegates to register.

Opening day one, Brian Young, Chief Executive of the British Frozen Food Federation, will offer his insight into the industry’s key trends, and explore the rise of home shopping. Later, CleanEarth Commercial Director Kevin McCormick details how renewable energy and targeting carbon offset can save on bills.

An F-Gas masterclass led by key executives, including Sainsbury’s Operations Support Manager Gary King, will dive into the challenges facing operators since the new regulations came into effect on 1 January 2015, while a panel of industry leaders will round out the day with a question and answer session.

The panel, which features speakers from earlier sessions and judges from the TCS&D Awards, which also take place during the two-day show, will discuss many pressing issues, including the future of transport refrigeration – and delegates are being encouraged to raise their hands and guide the discussion.

An in-depth industry update opens day two’s conferences, while later on a workshop on F-Gas regulations builds on the previous day’s discussions, as the race to find alternative refrigerants hots up.

As the day continues, Dearman’s Deputy Chief Executive Michael Ayres will detail the company’s zero-emission transport refrigeration system, which harnesses liquid nitrogen to deliver cost savings.

Additional conferences will be announced in the coming weeks.

To register for the event, which is being held in conjunction with the Food Storage & Distribution Federation and the British Frozen Food Federation, visit www.tcsdshow.com.

About Author

mike

mike

Related Articles



Food & Drink Business Conference & Exhibition 2016

Upcoming Events

  • October 19, 2017PMA Fresh Summit 2017
  • October 21, 2017Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo 2017
  • October 22, 2017Serbotel
  • October 22, 2017Natexpo
AEC v1.0.4

Jobs: Logistics

find food jobs

The Magazine

F&D Business Preferred Suppliers

New Subscriber





Subscribe Here



Advertisements