On February 25th at IFEMA and within the celebration of HIP 2020, currently one of the best meeting points for more than 12,000 professionals in the HORECA sector and where they got to know the latest equipment, solutions and trends for the market. thematic of 3R Reduce-Recycle-Reuse, SUSTAINABILITY to 3 in SUPPLY CHAIN ”Consciousness and Responsibility in purchases” a series of presentations in introduced and moderate solutions by Alejandro Utrera of Cluster FoodService to present the success stories of Costa Cruises, Frit Ravich and Areas, important referents matters in the sector.
The contribution of COSTA CRUCEROS by Rafael Fernàndez, explained how to manage supplies and at what percentages their consumption should be reduced. The important point was also how to review the supply chain and what are the key points in reducing food waste. To finish your turn, explain your solutions in your internal recycling processes.
In turn, Javier Mir of FRIT RAVICH explained, how they have coped with the processes of plastic reduction in the manufacture of their products. How your end-customer had noticed a change in their Packaging and how they had handled this change in commitment to environment and brand values in their own marketing and communications departments. He also described the challenge of flexible packaging and how to apply its logistics management.
And closing the round of presentations, the company AREAS represented by Marta Álvarez, focused on explaining how to improve costs and how to achieve them by optimizing the same management with suppliers. He then explained how the carbon footprint has been calculated as a reference in the future law on climate change. It was also interesting how he explained situations where the solution has been to change habits in the food supply, such as the menu fingers and how to work the “Customer Centric” so that the client is linked to being located in the center of this strategy of change.
At the end of the event there was a turn of prayers and questions with their corresponding debate, thus ending the day.