Breakout on Food Importing and Transportation

Food Importing and Transportation: Trends and Opportunities

Domonic O'Brien was already scheduled to speak on the challenges and trends he has seen from his seat at the PhilaPort / The Port of Philadelphia. But even while at the Boston Seafood Show, he has spent the last few days inviting more regional experts to the discussion. This is the expert lineup Dominic and session sponsor Liz Smith of Norwood Construction have lined up so far, register now to see who else will be there.

  • 365-degree summary of international food importing and transportation trends
  • Advances in inventory control systems and real-time tracking
  • Demands for traceability from regulators to customers

Dominic O’Brian, PhilaPort, has over 20 years of experience in bringing clarity on international and domestic shipping issues to shippers, ocean lines, and other stakeholders. He is a frequent lecturer on port and transportation issues, speaking to trade groups, university classes, and civic associations in the USA and internationally.

Zach Quast, The Manfredi Companies, is an emerging leader within the produce supply chain with hands-on experience in customer service, transportation, logistics and warehousing. His work with Manfredi Cold Storage tackles a critical industry shortage in cold storage, repacking, and refrigerated freight. Zach is also an active member of the World Trade Association of Philadelphia, serving on the board and working to promote Philadelphia as an ideal hub for international trade.

Christopher Dillon, Vice President, TransGlobal Foods Inc. has over 15 years of proven experience sourcing and selling domestic products abroad, as well as international products locally throughout the United States. His insightful consulting services have helped companies expand and branch into new territories.

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