The Cool Chain Association (CCA) is a non-profit organisation bringing together all parts of the temperature-sensitive supply chain to create an impact with visible and measurable results both for companies and for society.
Our aim is to reduce wastage and improve the quality, efficiency, and value of the temperature-sensitive supply chain by facilitating and enabling vertical and horizontal collaboration, education, and innovation amongst members and stakeholders.
We are the community for temperature-sensitive supply chain professionals, providing thought leadership, and networking and possible solutions to complex industry-related problems.
We work with like-minded associations such as the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to collaborate towards a more efficient, quality-driven temperature-sensitive supply chain.
We assist, analyse, study, and help manage projects to progress our mission to reduce waste and loss and improve the quality, efficiency, and value of the cool supply chain.
We publish white papers, encourage case studies, and drive best practice initiatives to support a better temperature-controlled supply chain.
Membership of the CCA gives you access to the leading community of temperature-sensitive supply chain professionals.
We will help you keep up to date with the latest developments, ideas, and trends in the cool chain community and share knowledge and best practice to help you run a more quality-driven, efficient temperature-sensitive supply chain.
We will connect you with like-minded stakeholders to support your business growth and invite you to network with leading companies in the sector.
Membership gives you discounted rates to attend our events, as well as a free listing in our searchable database and the opportunity to be part of our news releases and appear in our newsletter to help raise your brand awareness.
The full membership is granted to companies, who are actively and directly taking a part in the transportation via air, road, rail or sea of perishables and temperature sensitive products.
The associate membership is granted to persons or companies who are not actively nor directly taking a part in temperature-sensitive supply chain, but who take an interest in it.
This membership is given to outstanding individuals, whose expertise can give a valuable contribution to the Association and to the temperature-sensitive industry as a whole.
This membership is directed towards participants from the academic community, including universities, research institutes, and others.
Our online searchable database of members, regular newsletters, and news updates keep members in touch and build a collaborative business environment.
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