Australian Cold Chain Association discussing trade impacts in temperature-controlled environments

In March, the Refrigerated Warehouse and Transport Association of Australia (RWTA), hosted its annual conference to members of the industry. The RWTA represents both the warehousing and transport sectors involved in the storage, distribution, and transportation of temperature-controlled products in what is known as the Australian Cold Chain.

This year’s theme: “Trade Impacts on the Australian Cold Chain; COVID, Agility, and Recovery in an Era of Uncertainty” focused on the change in the Cold chain industry and the ever demand on temperature-controlled supply chain processes. It was an opportunity for delegates to learn directly from industry experts, with access to knowledge, experiences and create networks in the temperature-controlled industry.

Over the years James Cunningham has been a delegate at this event, but due to the  COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, he was not able to attend. As an influencer and member of the Association, he was requested by the RWTA to present a video clip sharing his thoughts and greetings with the delegates. James’ remote presence was well received and gave the audience an overview of the South African Cold Chain market and how it has been affected by the pandemic.

For more information, follow the links below:

Event information:

J Cunningham’s’ speech: