2nd International Forum on Agri-Food Logistics

pt. Logistics Facing Challenges of Food Security and Environmental Protection,
Poznań, June 22-23, 2017

News & deadlines

11 JUL
2017
The book of abstracts has been posted in the Call for papers tab

Forum schedule

 

Thursday, June 22th 

09.00-10.00 – Registration and coffee (Foyer Hotel IOR )

10.00-10.20 – Opening the Forum (Room B)

                       Karol Wajszczuk, Chair of International Forum on Agri-Food Logistics, Poznan University of Life Sciences, Poland

                       Karolina Pawlak, Vice Dean of Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, Poznan University of Life Sciences, Poland

 

10.20-11.50 – Plenary Session I: Future and sustainability of Agri-Food Supply Chains. (Room B)

Stanisław Krzyżaniak (chair), Institute of Logistics and Warehousing, Poznan, Poland.

 

10.20-10.50 – A ten year Outlook for Agriculture.  Marcel Adenäuer,                               Agro- Food Trade and Markets Division OECD, France

10.50-11.20 – Typical Products Sustainability in Southern Italy: Exploring Apulian Consumer Perception, Roberto Capone, Francesco Bottalico, Noureddin Driouech, Hamid el Bilali, Gianluigi Cardone, Philipp Debs, International Centre for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies (CIHEAM-Bari), Valenzano (Bari), Italy

 

11.20-11.50 – Questions and discussion

 

11.50-12.20 – Coffee break

 

12.20-13.50 - Plenary Session II: Production of safe, nutritious and quality food for human consumption - global and regional perspective. (Room B)

Noureddin Driouech (chair), Environmental Sciences CIHEAM-IAM of Bari, Italy

12.20 - 12.50 – Recovery and redistribution of safe and nutritious food for human consumption. Camelia Bucatariu, Maria Velazquez, Robert van Otterdijk, Nutrition and Food Systems Division (ESN), Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN – FAO.

 

 

12.50-13.20 – Unwavering commitment to quality from field to plate. Leszek Wenderski. Pudliszki Sp. z o.o. , Poland. 

13.20-13.50 - Questions and discussion

 

 

13.50-15.00 – Lunch (Estella Restaurant Hotel IOR)

 

 

15.00-16.20 – Thematic Sessions:

                       

                       Thematic Session I: Agri-Food Supply Chains – World Case Studies (session runs in English)  (Room B)

 Izabela Lipińska (chair), Poznan University of Life Sciences, Poland.

 

15.00-15.15 - Fish Supply Chain in the Sultanate of Oman. Abdallah Omezzine, Omar al-Jabri, Mohammed Usman, Said Younis. Sultan Qaboos University and University of Nizwa, Oman

15.15 – 15.30 - Analysis of Logistics Practices of Warqe Foods in Relation to Food Losses along Supply Chain in Ethiopia.Ashenafi Chaka Tuffa, Tadesse Kenea Amentae, and Girma Gebresenbet. Swedish University of Agriculture Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden

15.30 – 15.45 - Analysis of the ‘Panela’ value chain in Utica-Colombia. Natalia Martinez Zárate, Fabio Alberto Pachón, Wolfgang Bokelmann. Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Germany

15.45–16.00 - Towards the sustainable pork supply chain in Poland. Magdalena Kozera-Kowalska. Poznan University of Life Sciences, Poland.

16.00-16.15- Characterization of an agricultural area of Cundinamarca, its problems and possible solutions. Claudia P. Pérez, J.E Naranjo, D.M. Ramírez, A. E Jaimes, J.D. Arévalo Arias. Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia

 

                     

Thematic Session II – AGROLOGISTYKA I:  Challenges and trends in food supply chains (session runs in Polish) (Room 8)

Rafał Baum (chair), Poznan University of Life Sciences, Poland.

 

15.00-15.15 – Trends in the international position of Polish logistics. Bogdan Klepacki. Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland

15.15-15.30 - Suppliers’ partnership building on the organic market.Marta Raźniewska. University of Lodz, Poland

15.30–15.45 - Management of the supply chain of pork in the meat  enterprises. Elżbieta Jadwiga Szymańska. Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland

15.45–16.00 - E-commerce distribution channel of food – the chance or the problem. Grzegorz Chodak. Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland

16.00–16.15- Challenges and trends in virtual food supply chains in Poland. Ludosław Drelichowski and  Marek Sikora. University of Economy and UTP University of Science and Technology, Bydgoszcz, Polska

 

 

Thematic Session III – AGROLOGISTYKA II: Food losses and waste. Engineering for food security   (session runs in Polish) (Room 5)

Karol Wajszczuk (chair), Poznan University of Life Sciences, Poland.

 

15.00-15.20 - Regional diversity of food losses and food waste in the food supply chain. Karolina Pawlak, Poznań University of Life Sciences, Poland

15.20-15.40 – The role of dairy cooperatives in reducing waste of milk products on local market. Maria Zuba-Ciszewska. The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland

15.40–16.00 - Economic and technical conditions of air transport of food products. Krzysztof Melski, Poznan University of Economics and Business,

16.00–16.20  - The role of information in optimization of logistics processes:On the example of supplies of sugar beet. Marcin Polowczyk and Rafał Baum, Pfeifer & Langen Polska S.A. and Poznań University of Life Sciences, Poland.

 

 

16.25-17.30 – Poster Session (Foyer Hotel IOR)

Karolina Pawlak (chair), Poznan University of Life Sciences, Poland.

 

1. The effect of edible protective casings on selected quality characteristics of culinary meat obtained from pork carcasses. Ryszard Kowalski, Agnieszka Bilska, Bożena Danyluk, Mirosława Krzywdzińska-Bartkowiak, Michał Piątek. Poznan University of Life Sciences, Poland.

2. Management of food allergens in the food industry. Bogdan Pachołek, Sylwia Sady. Poznan University of Economics and Business, Poland.

3. Microbial contamination of homogenized sausages containing BAADER meat, stored in atmospheric air. Bożena Danyluk, Agnieszka Bilska, Ryszard Kowalski, Monika Niedzielska, Krzysztof Kubera. Poznań University of Life Sciences, Poland

4. Microbial contamination of homogenized vacuum packaged sausages containing BAADER meat. Bożena Danyluk, Agnieszka Bilska, Ryszard Kowalski, Anna Jeżewska, Agnieszka Świtała. Poznań University of Life Sciences, Poland

5. Effects of global supply chains on the safety of agrifood. Milena Zupaniec, Jorge Numata, Helmut Schafft, Monika Lahrssen. Federal Institute for Risk Assessment, Germany.

6. Removal of cd(ii) ions from aqueous solutions using elderberry waste. Joanna Dudczak, Tomasz Kalak, Ryszard Cierpiszewski. Poznań University of Economics, Poland.

7. Food quality marks as part of the Polish consumers food security. Julia Krysztofiak, Karolina Pawlak. Poznan University of Life Sciences, Poland.

8. Food transportation in the EU-the characteristics of some selected items. Michael Irobi, Hanna Teszbir, Piotr Uciechowski, Joanna Sarniak. Poznan University of Life Sciences and Poznan University of Economics and Business, Poland

9. AgroFreshPark Łódzkie. Willard G. Biemans. Netherlands.

10. Agricultural press as a broker of sustainable development ideas. Magdalena Kozera-Kowalska, Adam Koziolek. Poznan University of Life Sciences and TopAgrar, Poland

 

19.30 – Forum Dinner (Estella Restaurant Hotel IOR)

 

 

Friday, June 23th 

 

07.30-07.45 – meet-up to go Study Tour - visiting agribusiness HJH Poland, Pudliszki in Wielkopolska Region, (car parking of Hotel IOR)

07.45-10.00 – transfer to HJH Poland, Pudliszki

10.00-14.00 – visiting HJH Poland, Pudliszki and Plenary Session III  

10.00-13.00 - Presentation of HJH Poland, Pudliszki. Leszek Wenderski, Site FSQ Manger

13.20-13.40 - External costs of open-cast lignite mining (as illustrated by the          case of Oczkowice reserve). Benedykt Pepliński. Poznan University of Life Sciences, Poland

13.40 -14.00 – Discussion and Closing Session, Karol Wajszczuk, Chair of Organising Committee   

14.00-15.00 – Lunch

15.00-17.00- back to Poznań