Cold Chain Federation provides a unique, non-competitive space where temperature-controlled storage and distribution businesses (and those that supply, advise or regulate them) can come together to meet online or in person, learn, problem-solve and be inspired together.

We have an exciting series of online and in-person events with lots of opportunities for members to get involved with, showcase products and learn about the topics that matter to the cold chain. To view content from our previous events click here.

There are opportunities for associate members to get involved in all of our sessions, so please get in touch with Jane Jones to find out how.




11 July 2024

Carden Park, Cheshire

Grab your colleagues for our ever-popular social event of the year. This time we move to Carden Park where the golfers among you have the pleasure of testing yourselves on the Nicklaus Course whilst our adventure games include archery and Segway riding as well as an optional high ropes course.


4-5 September 2024

Telford International Centre

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Cold Chain Live! has been a sold-out smash hit for the past two years and growing each time. In 2024 we take another step up to host a bigger and better event with top-quality speakers from the cold chain, academia, government and related industries.


The Road to Net Zero in the Cold Chain and the Role of Energy Storage

17th September @ 12:30

In this webinar, Leon Pulman, Business Development Director at Wattstor will share valuable insight on how to accelerate your Net Zero journey. He will cover the key energy management challenges in the sector and how these can be overcome using smart Battery Energy Storage Systems. Turn energy into an opportunity and future-proof your business by unlocking new value streams, mitigate risks and reduce carbon emissions. This webinar will help you to kick-start your first energy flexibility project or support further deployment for those already underway.

Fleet Management – Which accreditation is best for your fleet?

24th September @12:30

For this session we are joined by Peter Rushmer from Flagship Partners who will take a look at the various accreditations available to fleet operators. He will run through the benefits and drawbacks of each, giving a balanced view to help transport businesses understand the associated benefits and costs as well as tips to avoid the pitfalls associated with implementation..