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COLD FACTS, March-April 2014

On the Cover

Best Practices Position Companies for Growth During Recovery

Employees, audits and innovations lead to cost-effective improvements.

In the Issue

2014: A Busy Year for OSHA

The agency is considering changes to PSM and record-keeping regulations.

Transportation Challenges around the World

Networks and cultural differences have a direct impact on the cold chain in developing countries.

Door Innovations Improve Productivity and Safety

Energy costs managed with use of high-speed doors.

Changing the Conversation: Getting shoppers to think frozen when shopping for fresh

Ninety-five percent of the products in the frozen food category are experiencing flat or declining sales with shoppers increasingly rejecting frozen food, but the conversation on frozen is about to change.

Continuous Improvement Marks the IARW-WFLO Convention and Expo

Inspiring keynote speakers, focus session covering four key areas, an expo hall with more than 100 exhibitor, and powerful networking opportunities highlight this event.

Cool People: Mike Jahncke

Meet Mike Jahncke, chair of the GCCA Scientific Advisory Council (SAC) and a professor at Virginia Tech.