COLD FACTS: May-June 2016

COLD FACTSIn this issue of COLD FACTS, find out what is top of mind for the temperature controlled trucking industry, GCCA’s position on the EPA’s proposed rule on RMP, the latest updates regarding the upcoming Global Cold Chain Expo taking place in June, trends in the fresh produce market driving cold chain investment and much more.

On the Cover

2016 Report on the State of Temperature-Controlled Trucking

Food safety regulatory compliance top-of-mind for carriers.
By Alexandria Walsh

In the Issue

EPA Issues Proposed Rule on RMP

GCCA part of industry coalition concerned by suggested changes
By Lowell Randel

New Global Cold Chain Expo United the Whole Cold Chain

A one-stop shop for cold chain innovation, education and business-to-business networking for the global food industry.
By Alexandria Walsh

Strategic Cold Chain Investment Ahead: 3PLs Managing Fresh Produce Shipments

Fresh produce increasingly shipped in refrigerated containers managed by 3PLs.
By Karen E. Thuermer

Leveraging Utility Company Incentives

Three steps that can garner financial support for energy-efficient technology.
By Sheryl S. Jackson

Driver Coercion Rule in Effect

Poses potential pitfalls for shippers, receivers, and intermediaries as well as carriers.
By Prasad Sharma

3PL Adds High Pressure Processing Services

Extending product shelf life while providing a total supply chain solution.
By Alexandra Walsh

Cool People: Bob Costello

Learn about Bob Costello, Chief Economist & Senior Vice President American Trucking Associations.

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