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Top brands sign up for TCS&D show

June 29
08:22 2012

Stand sales for the Temperature Controlled Storage & Distribution (TCS&D) exhibition in September next year have been swift since bookings opened in May.

The organisers of TCS&D – Sherwin Publications and Informa Exhibitions – are delighted that the contracts signed and reservations made so far indicate that the 2013 show will be even more successful than the inaugural event in 2011. Said Martyn Cogan, Sales and Marketing Director for TCS&D, “It’s 15 months until the doors open, yet we’ve already secured firm bookings from some of the biggest names in the cold supply chain – including Thermo King, Montracon, Gray & Adams, The Cold Consortium, Paneltex, SOMI Trailers, Blended Products, Seven Telematics, Chiltern Cold Storage Group, Chalcroft Construction, Eberspacher and BPW – so we’re very confident that the show will be a total sell-out.”

Taking place at the Peterborough Arena on 18 and 19 September next year, TCS&D 2013 will once again be supported by both the Food Storage & Distribution Federation (FSDF) and the British Frozen Food Federation (BFFF) and will incorporate the Frozen & Chilled Foods Show. Together, the exhibitions will showcase a diverse range of solutions designed to improve efficiency and reduce costs in the cold supply chain.

Brand-new awards dinner
The exhibition will once again feature a formal industry dinner and, for the first time ever, this will incorporate an awards ceremony. Taking place at the end of the first day of the show at the nearby Peterborough Marriott Hotel, the TCS&D Awards Dinner will feature a ra
nge of accolades in various categories. These include Refrigerated Transporter of the Year; Refrigerated Fleet Manager of the Year; Cold Store Operator of the Year; Cold Store Manager of the Year; Livery of the Year; Environmental & Sustainability Award; Innovation Award; Health & Safety Award; Customer Service Award; and Lifetime Achievement Award. Explained Richard Cogan, Director of Sherwin Publications, “The awards programme and Black-Tie dinner have been designed to recognise excellence in the cold logistics sector and we hope that companies will take up the challenge to submit innovative products, services, initiatives and employees to compete for these prestigious awards.” For details of sponsorship opportunities or to order tickets at £95 plus VAT – to include pre-dinner cocktails, a four-course menu with wine and after-dinner entertainment –contact Richard Cogan on 01732 868288.

A cost-effective way to reach new buyers
With stands available in a range of sizes, TCS&D 2013 provides a cost-effective opportunity to meet key buyers in the chilled and frozen distribution industry. Commented Rob Fisher, Exhibition Director, “This event offers exceptional value for money for companies wishing to promote their products and services to decision-makers in the cold supply chain. Our comprehensive marketing campaign, combined with the convenient location of the venue, will ensure that professionals in the chilled and frozen sectors will view TCS&D 2013 as a must-attend event.” Firms interested in exhibiting should contact Martyn Cogan on 01732 868288 or Rob Fisher on 020 7017 6986, or visit
www.tcsanddshow.com.

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