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Engineering the Cold Chain

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Focus on developments improving the efficiency of the cold chain including ameliorating current systems, engineering new cooling solutions and the .. Read more latest monitoring technology. With the cold chain responsible for approximately 2.5% of global greenhouse gases and the UK’s 2050 zero-carbon target drawing ever closer, the engineering community need to consider more efficient and sustainable ways of delivering cooling. The face of the cold chain industry is also experiencing considerable change with the impact of COVID-19 on food shopping and storage habits and the need to prepare for vaccine distribution as well as the challenges of Brexit in the near future. Engineering the Cold Chain will focus on developments in improving the efficiency and sustainability of the cold chain, including re-engineering current systems, engineering new cooling solutions and using the latest monitoring technology for optimised performance within the current UK context. Learn about the latest developments in high performance powertrains, looking at innovations from motorsport, high performance road vehicles and mass-market vehicles.

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