COLD FACTS, January-February 2012

In the January-February 2012 issue, learn about traceability and the future of food safety.


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Traceability and the Future of Food Safety

Consumer concerns and evolving regulations are raising the focus on traceability. Learn how warehouse operators and suppliers view the...

In the Issue

Congress and NLRB Spar over Labor Policy

By Lowell Randel COLD FACTS, January-February 2012 Over the last few months, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has been very active...

Building to the Sky

Technical considerations for automated high-rise cold storage facilities add a layer of complexity to construction projects. By Michael D....

Low-Cost Tips to Save Energy

In the first of a two-part series, learn seven low-cost tips for improving the energy efficiency of refrigerated warehouses. By Marcus...

Getting Down to Business in Azerbaijan

By Tori Miller Liu When considering cold chain business opportunities in Eastern Europe, most investors would first think of Russia....

Paying Attention to Rack Safety

No one wants to see a rack collapse. Establishing rack safety awareness among employees and taking appropriate safety steps can lower your...

Safety First

Cold chain executives discuss the importance of a safety culture and offer ideas for improving safety By Al Rickard A cold chain company...

Cool People: Dennis Heldman and R. Paul Singh

Dr. Dennis R. HeldmanPrincipalHelman Associates Dr. R. Paul SinghProfessor of Food EngineeringUniversity of California, Davis Dr. Dennis...