A one day workshop is being held in Brisbane to provide insights into how cutting-edge technology can improve fruit and vegetable supply chains to deliver consistent predictable quality through chain intermediaries to customers. The workshop will help participants to:

  • Better understand the conditions your fresh produce is exposed to after leaving the farm
  • Identify practices that might be reducing the quality and value of your produce after harvest
  • Decide how best to handle your consignment when it arrives at the importer to maximise returns
  • Reduce claims
  • Increase cooperation and trust between you the freight forwarder and the importer.


Workshop Details:

9am-4pm Wednesday 9 October 2019

Novotel Hotel, 200 Creek Street, Brisbane


For more information, view the workshop flyer.

To RSVP please contact Peter Hofman from the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries at peter.hofman@daf.qld.gov.au or Dario Stephanelli from the Victorian Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions at Dario.stephanelli@agriculture.vic.gov.au.

This workshop is an outcome of the “Serviced Supply Chains” export project with collaboration between the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Agriculture Victoria, The University of Queensland, Hort Innovation, and the Federal Government.