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Breaking News : New issue of Easyfresh Newsletter is out !

Easyfresh, the only global, neutral & dedicated reefer logistics supplier distributes its latest Newsletter

From The Easyfresh Newsletter Editorial Director

Breaking News : New issue of Easyfresh Newsletter is out !

 

Easyfresh, the only global, neutral & dedicated reefer logistics supplier distributes its latest Newsletter

 

Click or Cut & Paste in  your browser following Dropbox link or open our PDF file attachment

 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/scj65gcmseppu55/Easyfresh%20Newsletter%2001071415.pdf

 

Our latest Easyfresh Newsletter contains following articles and news :

 

P3 : A Chinese "No" : A thunderstorm or just a "Notice to Mariners" ?
From now onwards  carriers will have to find new ways to reduce their operating costs.

 

 

Bye, bye to the "Age of Free Trade" ?

The challenge might be sorted out if an international consensus in favor of free trade existed.

 

 

Israel : More than a model of Agriculture

Farming meant much more than providing a daily sustenance for Israel's founders

 

 

Koper ; The gate for Central Europe for reefer & dry cargoes

Koper provides the shortest and cheapest inland transport to all Central & Eastern Europe

 

 

Cold storage : Dynamics & Planning

The modern cold storage challenge centers on the transition to increased value-added services

 

 

Brazilian Fruit Exports & Imports

The Brazilian fruit is based on small/medium sized farms. It means 6% of global production

 

 

2014 Easyfresh Global Conference

Easyfresh team shall gather 14th October at Madrid."Business in motion: A serious step forward"

 

 

 

How to sell fresh produce to supermarket chains

Growers  will not only produce a quality product but also work with retailers to use technology & new logistics

 

 

Food supply through the ages and its future

Food supply has become subject to a complex set of interests

 

 

Follow me !

@easyfreshglobal is Easyfresh Twitter account.

 

 

 

How to grow your own tomatoes

The ultimate goal of farming is not the growing of crops but the cultivation and perfection of human beings

 

.... And our usual videos, books, websites section

 

Regards,

 

Anne Maurier

Marketing Manager and Editorial Director

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