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Nairobi to Host Flower and Perishables Logistics Africa

Nairobi, is set to once again become the focal point for discussions on the future of Africa’s flower trade logistics as it hosts the renowned Flower and Perishable Logistics Africa conference. Scheduled for March 27-28, 2024, these conference will bring together industry experts, stakeholders, and policymakers to deliberate on reimagining the logistics value chain for perishable goods.

Under the overarching theme of “Reimagining the Logistics Value Chain for Africa’s Flower Trade,” the conferences aim to address the evolving challenges and opportunities in the region’s perishable logistics sector. With a specific focus on sustainability, digitization, and commercial viability, participants will explore innovative strategies to enhance the efficiency, reliability, and sustainability of the logistics ecosystem supporting Africa’s flower trade.

In recent years, Africa’s flower industry has witnessed significant growth, emerging as a key player in the global market. However, logistical bottlenecks, climate change, and shifting consumer preferences pose formidable challenges to the industry’s sustainable growth. The Flower Logistics Africa provide a platform to deliberate on pragmatic solutions and foster collaboration among stakeholders to address these challenges.

Key topics slated for discussion include leveraging digital technologies for real-time tracking and monitoring of perishable goods, implementing sustainable packaging and transportation practices, and developing commercially viable logistics models tailored to the unique needs of Africa’s flower trade.

The conferences are expected to attract a diverse array of participants, including flower growers , exporters, logistics providers, policymakers, researchers, and technology innovators from across Africa and beyond. Through interactive panel discussions, case studies, and networking sessions, attendees will have the opportunity to exchange insights, forge partnerships, and chart the course for the future of perishable logistics in Africa.

As Nairobi prepares to host these influential gatherings, stakeholders are eager to harness the collective expertise and innovation to propel Africa’s flower trade towards a more sustainable, digital, and commercially viable future.

For more information and registration details, visit Flower Logistics Africa.

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