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COLD FACTS, January-February 2013

In the January-February 2013 issue, learn how your company can drive profits through reducing your energy spend.

On the Cover

Brazil: Land of Transport Opportunities

Brazil’s poor transportation infrastructure creates problems throughout the supply chain but local logistics operators as well as international 3PLs are finding opportunties.
By Alexandra Walsh

In the Issue

Online Exclusive! Profitable Sustainability: The Energy Component

Whether it’s investing in retrofit projects, engaging in new construction or committing to a Strategic Energy Management plan, sustainable profitability boils down to reducing your energy spend through intelligent investment in efficiency. By Marcus Wilcox

2012 Election: Regulatory Implications for the Cold Chain

The Obama Administration’s second term will likely be filled with new regulatory requirements placed on the cold chain industry and across the U.S. economy. By Lowell Randel

Reliability and Savings with Cogeneration

Containerized onsite cogeneration offers a twist on traditional CHP systems that may reduce energy costs and improve reliability for cold storage facilities.
By Tim Hade

Private Equity Partnering

In a tough economy when access to capital is limited, partnering with a private equity firm may an option for growing a cold storage company.
By Lorien Walsh

The Social Chain

The cold chain industry enters the social media era with caution and calculation.
By Alexandra Walsh

Cool People

Juan Carlos Cuglievan, Executive President Agroempaques


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