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Asia-Pacific Logistics Federation (APLF) extend support to Asia Cold Chain Show

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Asia-Pacific Logistics Federation (APLF) has extended their support to Asia Cold Chain Show (ACCS) and would promote the event among their member base. They will encourage all their members to visit the show and attend the concurrent conference.
About APLF: APLF was established in November of 1995 by logistics organizations from countries in the Asia-Pacific region.APLF exists to promote the efficient functioning of logistics in the Asia-Pacific region through the exchange and study of logistics information among member countries.

With over 500individual and 16 other organization members, the association plays an important role in ASEAN Logistics industry to be promoted worldwide.

APLF participating countries are Australia, China, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Vietnam and Myanmar.

APLF actively fosters and promotes professional development of purchasing, materials and logistics /supply chain management, and its key objectives are:
– To be the recognised voice for supply chain and logistics in the Asia Pacific Region
– Promote and encourage greater recognition of the APLF by influencing the APAC region concerning the importance of supply chains and logistics
– Promote and communicate the importance of the logistics services industry’s contribution to Asia Pacific Regions economy

These associations will actively promote Asia Cold Chain Show, scheduled for 28-29-30 November, 2018 at BITEC, Bangkok, Thailand amongst its members as the show too provides an opportunity to interact with the industry peers and in turn means active business to both.

ACCS 2018 will provide platform to suppliers, manufacturers and service providers of cold storage, refrigerated warehousing, material handling and cold supply chain a networking opportunity to build customer base and give a chance to meet user industry professionals from across the globe.

For more information , please contact +662-103-4863 or email pasin@manchcommunications.com or visit www.AsiaColdChainShow.com