Carrier Refrigeration: Webinar series on the cold chain

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Carrier is organising a four-part informative webinar series to learn more about the products and services the Company offers that preserve and protect the world’s supply of food and medicine and reduce spoilage. Each webinar focuses on a specific portion of the cold chain and features insights from Carrier leadership and industry experts.

Please register for one or all of the webinars below. If unable to attend any of the sessions, a replay will be available on webinar page following the event.

Health Care Cold Chain Webinar: May 27, 2021

With the world’s biggest vaccination campaign in history underway, there is an immense challenge to deliver billions of COVID-19 doses around the planet under precise conditions. Carrier is uniquely positioned and playing a key role. We’re working with customers and members of the pharma cold chain to apply our expertise to move, store and monitor vaccines. Join this session to hear insights from a world-renowned subject matter expert and leaders from Carrier Transicold and Sensitech who will discuss the health care cold chain.

Register HERE

Food Cold Chain Webinar: July 1, 2021

Dramatic changes around the world have underscored the importance and challenges of helping to ensure that food and medicines reach the people who need them. Through industry-leading services, solutions and expertise across all aspects of the cold chain, Carrier is moving the cold chain forward to help preserve, protect and extend the world’s supply of food and medicine.

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Sustainable Cold Chain: Q3 2021

Nearly one-third of all food produced goes to waste. If food waste were a country, it would be the third largest emitter of ozone-depleting greenhouse gas emissions. Eliminating food waste and advancing a smarter, more sustainable cold chain matters to people around the world and the future of our planet. Carrier has been a consistent leader in moving it forward.

Connected Cold Chain: Q4 2021

A stronger, more effective cold chain is one where various stages are linked, helping different elements working together better and providing greater visibility and control. At Carrier, we’ve been making moves toward creating a connected cold chain by developing innovative technology and collaborating with Amazon Web Services to develop the Lynx digital platform. The platform uses IoT, machine learning and analytics technology to better connect the cold chain in the cloud, automate key processes and deliver real-time visibility and insights throughout the cargo’s journey. These steps can reduce costs and waste across the network by driving faster, more intelligent data-driven decisions.

More information HERE

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