Cold ChainME is an international conference and exhibition on refrigeration and temperature Controlled logistics and a perfect place where user of cold chain technologies and facilities will be exposed to the best of solutions from the industry.

The Cold chain sector is facing critical challenges related to product freshness, safety, right temperature storage and transport throughout the entire route especially for agricultural products, frozen food, pharmaceuticals and other allied industries.

The programme will include over 20 technical papers, keynotes presentations, coffee lounge discussions hosted by expert speakers, workshops where you can make contact with other delegates individually or in groups throughout the three day gathering.

Key Speakers


Ahmed Attiya

Group Supply Chain Director
Zahrawi Group

As the Group Supply Chain Director, Attiya is responsible for outlining and spearheading the execution of Zahrawi Group’s supply chain strategy, as well as optimising the company’s inventories.

In addition, he plays an integral role in streamlining the company’s supply chain operations and enhancing its overall operational efficiency, as well as overseeing critical processes to achieve the group’s organisational and performance targets.

Attiya boasts over 19 years of extensive experience in leading new set-ups, business diversification, managing functions, and optimising procurement and cost control operations to drive business growth and maximise cost savings.


Nadeem Qureshi

Commercial Attache - UAE

Nadeem is LogiPoint’s Commercial Attache in the UAE. He has been affiliated with the shipping and logistics industry in the Middle East for the past 25 years delivering performances and leading teams with such global leaders as Maersk, CMA-CGM, Wilhelmsen Ships Service, Damco, and LogiPoint among others. Nadeem is passionate about people, planet, and peace and believes in the power of ideas to transform our world for the better. He advocates building resilience, elasticity and sustainability not only in our supply chains, but also in our day-to-day interactions with the world – so that we may pass on a more equitable, sustainable and peaceful world to the next generations.