Exhibitions / Congresses

Asia Cold Chain Show

Thailand, Bangkok - November 28-30
Welcome to the World of Cold Chain and Temperature Management Logistics Industry!!

Asia Cold Chain Show (ACCS) has been in motion as an annual event for the past three years serving as a platform for cold storage infrastructure, refrigeration, reefer transport, temperature controlling, IT solutions and data storage solution industry. ACCS aims to bring thousands of cold chain innovators and experts together under one roof.

The trade show and educational conference combination offers the most valuable and comprehensive business-to-business networking event serving the perishables industry. It is a one-stop-shop for innovation, education and business-to-business networking for the global food industry cold chain ? from producer to consumer.

In its 2017 edition in Bangkok, the event featured 64 exhibiting companies showcasing over 150+ solutions and about 4,152 attendees from 57 countries visited the event.
Date(s)
November 28-30
Venue
Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre (BITEC)
Contact for booking / more info
Nidhi Singh: send an email
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