VI International Conference on Managing Quality in Chains MQUIC2013

ISHS Secretariat

Technical innovations for maintaining fresh produce quality are often done in isolation, without a full appreciation about how they might impact or be affected by supply chain management. The conference aims to readdress this problem and provide a forum in which academics, industrialists and students may interact to provide real world solutions for the fresh produce industry.

Key topics: The conference will cover the entire fresh produce postharvest supply chain and include the following topics:

  • Reducing waste and resource mapping
  • Consumer-centred technological advances
  • Integrating supply chain management with novel postharvest technologies
  • Improving knowledge transfer between the academic community and industry.

The conference will look forward to the challenges that will face the industry in the coming decade and how these might be overcome in the developed and developing world and in the emerging markets.

Speakers: The very best scientists, policy makers and industrial experts from around the world will lead our discussions and presentations. Confirmed speakers are already listed on the website.

Who should attend? Researchers, Academics, Students, Industry leaders, Policy makers, NGO's and Health-related professionals

Programme: Plenary sessions (speakers to be announced), parallel keynote sessions, oral and poster presentations, technical tour and optional Gala dinner and cultural excursions

Location: Cranfield University is located in Bedfordshire at the very heart of the UK. It's central location, easy access from major roads, excellent main line rail service and proximity to key London airports make it easy to reach from across the world. Onsite accommodation is available.

Call for abstracts: Submit an abstract for the opportunity to showcase your work and build your profile on a global stage.
If you have an abstract accepted for the conference you will be invited to present an oral or poster presentation. Deadline 10 February 2013.

Early bird registration open until March 2013 - check out

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