October 04, 2018 8:30AM to 5:15PM
, Mexico City, Mexico


The Global Cold Chain Alliance (GCCA) is hosting a one-day education forum focused on specific, trending topics in temperature controlled logistics. This event convenes cold chain professionals and thought leaders in an interactive, engaging program that aims to be informative, and insightful while allowing participants to foster relationships. Each session is specifically designed to address leading-edge topics in facility management and provides traditional classroom learning along with the opportunity to collaborate with your peers.

NOTE: This event will be held in Spanish with no translation


Reasons to Attend 

The Basics: The development of the cold chain is vitally important to reducing global food loss, improving the efficiency of the food sector in production, and maintaining the quality and safety of food on a global scale. 

World Class Education: Through panel discussions with cold chain experts and informative educational sessions, you'll learn critical information about best practices in cold chain management that you can apply at your own facility. Initiatives and programs key to the development of cold chain policies that are shared across the private sector, food and industry associations, and governments, will also be explored during the forum. 

Business Networking: Make new contacts and share ideas and challenges with industry colleagues at a business lunch.


Learn, network, and share alongside professionals from across the cold chain sector including:  

  • Warehouse/3PLs
  • Food Processors/Manufacturers 
  • Industry Suppliers
  • Construction and Design/Build Firms
  • Transportation
  • Government and Academia

Latin American Advisory Council 


The Latin American Advisory Council will serve the temperature-controlled products industry to help provide objective, insightful guidance and act as a sounding board on how to inform best-practices in the region. Rather than acting as a governing body and dictating decisions, the Council will contribute their experience, influence, and understanding of the industry in an effort to improve and develop the cold chain in Latin America. The Council will also create invaluable opportunities to forge new partnerships and strengthen existing relationships linking all aspects of the Latin American cold chain industry. In addition, the Advisory Council will serve as a means to develop future leaders in the global organization, enhance ownership of the association, provide networking opportunities, drive membership, and help coordinate and foster local communities.