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COLD FACTS, July-August 2015

Cover of July-August 2015 issue of COLD FACTS MagazineIn this issue of COLD FACTS, the focus is on automated warehouses around the world and how they are driving increased capacity and productivity. Plus, read about lessons learned from the West Coast port strike, South Africa’s cold chain market, highlights from the IARW-WFLO Convention, and the newly launched GCCA Advocacy Website portal.

On the Cover

Automation: A Ticket to Increased Capacity and Productivity in the Cold Chain

In the cold chain industry, when implementing automation, upfront planning enables flexibility for future needs.
By Sheryl Jackson

In the Issue

Global Cold Chain Alliance Launches Advocacy Website for Cold Chain Industry

Global Cold Chain Alliance launches new website that connects cold chain players to elected officials and provides access to compliance resources and legislation.
By Lowell Randel

West Coast, East Coast Dilemma: Impact of Strikes and Other Issues on the Cold Chain

West Coast strikes and other port issues result in altered strategies and lessons learned on both sides of the continent for cold chain players.
By Karen E. Thuermer

IARW and WFLO Deliver Value at Convention & Expo

The launch of a new strategic plan, Global Cold Chain Expo, and NextGen Award program highlighted at the 124th IARW-WFLO Convention & Expo.
By Al Rickard

South Africa: Gateway to the Continent for Cold Chain Industry

South Africa's diversifying economy sets the stage for cold chain expansion.
By Alexandria Walsh

Cool Person: Andrew Janson, President of Hanson Logistics

Meet Andy Janson, President of Hanson Logistics and the July - August 2015 Cool Person.

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