The China Supply Chain Council's inaugural Cold Chain China Summit will take place on July 12 in Shanghai, China, and will provide an invaluable opportunity for delegates to discuss the challenges involved in the cold chain process and understand best practice for handling, transporting and storing temperature-sensitive products in China.
Commenting on the new speakers, Max Henry, Founder & Executive Director of the China Supply Chain Council said “We are very pleased to have both Bill and Sheng Jie at the Cold Chain China Summit, they both bring tremendous experience and insides to the program. Our members and delegates should be delighted by the quality of the program.”
William O’Brien has been the President, Greater China of HAVI Food Service since 1999; he took the position as General Manager, Distribution Division, Husi Food Company from 1994 till 1999. Prior to that, he was with H.B. Fuller. Before joining that firm, he was executive director of a consulting operation in the US Midwest and human resources director for the Schlumberger drilling operation in the South China Sea.
Ni, Sheng Jie is the General Manager of Logistics Services for Zuellig Pharma China. He is responsible for developing the Zuellig Pharma logistics services, particularly in the areas of the principal service, business development and value added services. He joined the Zuellig Pharma China in Oct 2005. His past experiences include 3 years in Singapore as the General Manager for TNT Life Sciences Asia and 8 years in Bayer Pharmaceutical in senior sales management functions in Germany, Singapore and Malaysia.
This conference will feature presentations by other key executives among others:
▪ Fanny Xu, Supply Chain Associate Director, Greater China, Johnson & Johnson Medical
▪ Darui Zhang, General Manager, Bright Dairy Division, Shanghai Speed Fresh Logistics
▪ Guy Tran, Supply Chain Manager, Auchan Hypermarkets
▪ Bill Tang, Fresh Supply Project Manager, Hymall Tesco
▪ Chris Catto-Smith, RSCS
▪ Steven Wolfe, General Manager, AllFresh Technologies
▪ Manfred Bernitt, Country Manager, Germanischer Lloyd
▪ Mark Parlane, VP, Retail FMCG, Asia Pacific, Linfox
▪ Benoit Danse, Export Manager, Olivo SAS
▪ Theo W.M. van Sambeeck, Direcor of the European Division, World Food Logistics Organization
▪ Michael Higgins, Global Director of Strategic Marketing & Business Development, Ingersoll Rand’s Climate Control
Who & Why You Should Attend the Cold Chain China Summit:
▪ Senior Managers in Supply Chain, Logistics, Transportation, Distribution, Warehousing and Quality Compliance
▪ Manufacturers, Retailers, Wholesalers involved in cold chain logistics and distribution in China
▪ Logistics Service Providers involved in temperature-controlled logistics both within China and internationally
▪ Solution Providers & Consultants in China.
To stay on track with latest developments and to network with other professionals examining the cold chain in China, this is an event you cannot afford to miss this year!