COLD FACTS, January-February 2010

In this issue, find out if automation is neccessary to stay competitive and explore the history behind traceability.

On the Cover

The Era of Automation

Is automation necessary to compete? Many PRW industry executives think By Benjamin Milk No one who has spent any time observing modern...

In the Issue

OSHA — A Welcome Guest?

Voluntary on-site consultation program provides free and confidential advice Would you consider inviting the U.S. Occupational Safety and...

Making Safety a Priority

There’s never a good time to cut corners on safety training, as several cold chain companies explain By Alexandra Walsh As companies...

Good Security or Good Luck?

When it comes to protecting your customers’ inventory, “good enough” is no longer good enough By Barry Brandman Danbee Investigations was...

Serbia: A Story of Cold Chain Potential

A major WFLO study is sparking new cold chain initiatives to support Serbian food exports By Al Rickard For several years, Eastern European...

Tracking Traceability

The legislative and financial story behind a major cold chain trend By Tori Miller and Andrea Ryan During the past two years, several large...

Cool People: Matt Bullwinkel

Profiling Interesting and Influential People Connected to the Cold Chain Industry Matt Bullwinkel, Graduate Student, Law and International...