COLD FACTS, September-October 2011

The bimonthly COLD FACTS magazine is the definitive resource for the Core Partners of the Global Cold Chain Alliance, delivering association news, member news, market intelligence, and reports on the latest cold chain trends and advances.

On the Cover

Construction Trends: Economies, Efficiencies, and Energy

Today's temperature-controlled construction is driven by trends that frame a future driven by lower costs, improved efficiencies, and greener buildings.
By Alexandra Walsh

In the Issue

Congress Advances Chemical Facility Security Reauthorization

The Chemical Facilities Anti-terrorism Standards (CFATS) Program, created by Congress in 2006 to secure the nation's chemical facilities (including those utilizing anhydrous ammonia), is currently operating under authority which will expire at the end of September 2011.
By Lowell Randel

Maersk Issues Manifesto for Change

New fees, plans for better service will affect reefer shippers
By Stephanie Nall

Building the Cold Chain in Emerging Markets

Finding formulas for success in lesser known developing countries
By Rika Mallepally

From the Recruiter's Perspective

Integration of services by public refrigerated warehouses (PRW's) has created a shortage of available talent with the well-rounded knowledge to manage and sell multiple services.
By Brian Fox

Cool People: John Williamson

John Williamson, Director, E.L. Johnson's Sons and Mowat Ltd.