COLD FACTS: January-February 2014

In this issue, learn about talent management, ensuring the safety of solar photovoltaic systems, and two new association programs.

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On the Cover

Talent Management in Today’s Workforce

Labor costs are higher than any other costs in the cold storage industry. If an operation has a lot of case picking and laborers, it can...

In the Issue

Cool People: Derk van Mackelenbergh

Derk van Mackelenbergh is the Managing Director of Eurofrigo, a public cold storage and logistics company based in Rotterdam, the...

Celebrating 50 Years of the WFLO Institute

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the acclaimed World Food Logistics Organization (WFLO) Institute, the premier educational program...

GCCA Responds to Workplace Law Challenges

The Global Cold Chain Alliance (GCCA) has formed a relationship with the law firm of Jackson Lewis to provide members with access to some...

Morocco At The Crossroads

Morocco’s first industrial cold storage structure dates back only to 1945. Although agricultural products and agribusiness have since...

Solar Installations are Safe when Constructed Properly

On September 2, 2013, dramatic images of a 700,000 square foot refrigerated warehouse burning to the ground in New Jersey raised questions...