RAC’s Retail Question Time brings supermarkets face to face with their suppliers to thrash out the major issues.
After a successful launch in February, Retail Question Time returns with an enlarged panel of retailers to discuss their latest plans for alternative refrigerants, leak containment, carbon reduction and energyefficiency. This time, a second panel comprising suppliers and contractors will share their own experiences of the process.
Supermarkets are in the midst of major changes in their approach to cooling, with carbon reduction demands and legislation spurring the supermarkets to progress at a rapid pace. Many are driving forward with natural refrigeration solutions on a wide scale.
All this adds up to a major challenge for the supply chain, which has to meet the demands for higher engineering standards and better component availability! Attend this unique event to discuss and find likely solutions in an open and frank environment – register today, there’s less than a week left to go!
Directors and account managers at refrigeration and air conditioning contractors and suppliers dealing directly with major supermarkets, including:
- Manufacturers and distributors of equipment
- Project Managers
Plus major and minor retailers, including but not exclusive to: Marks & Spencers, Asda, Tesco, Morrisons, Sainsburys, Co-Operative, Waitrose – John Lewis Partnership.
Stephen Adams – Chairman ACRIB
Bob Arthur - Refrigeration Technology Specialist Marks & Spencer Plc
Brian Churchyard - UK Refrigeration Manager, Asda
Colin Coe - Refrigeration Manager, Morrisons
Dean Frost - Managing Director, Space Engineering
Steve Isaia, Head of Feasibility Development and Engineering, John Lewis Partnership
Geoff Lockwood - Technical Director, ebm-papst UK Ltd
Alex Pitman - Energy Manager, Co-Operative Group
John Skelton - Head of Refrigeration, Sainsbury’s
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