Malvin Fabal takes GCCA Latin America Future Leader Award

Bogotá, Colombia: Malvin Fabal, logistics and frozen warehouse supervisor at Rannik, Dominican Republic,  is the winner of the  2022 Global Cold Chain Alliance Latin America Future Leader Award.  

The award was presented by Manuel Cabrera, chairman of the International Association of Refrigerated Warehouses, during the GCCA Latin American Cold Chain Congress held last week in Bogotá. 

Organised by the Global Cold Chain Alliance and its lead partner the International Association of Refrigerated Warehouses, the Future Leaders Award recognises outstanding young professionals in the Latin American cold storage industry.

The two finalists competing for the award were: Malvin Fabal, logistics and frozen warehouse supervisor, Rannik, Dominican Republic and Verónica Díaz, marketing manager, Emergent Cold Latin America.

Malvin Fabal, logistics and frozen warehouse supervisor, Rannik

The finalists presented their experience and knowledge of the industry in the plenary session during the Latin American Cold Chain Congress.

“When you receive recognition for the work done, that’s when you appreciate the time spent to reach the goal. This indicates that it was not in vain and was worth those days of pressure to reach the desired results. Thank God for the opportunity given to me by the GCCA and Mr Luis Jorge, for believing in me and my leadership capabilities with this new project,” Fabal said when receiving the award.

Fabal will compete with young leaders from regions around the world for the GCCA NextGen award, which seeks to recognise and reward future leaders in the temperature-controlled global logistics industry.