COLD FACTS, July-August 2010

In this issue,discover how the economy can impact refrigerated containerships and learn how safety is simply good business.

On the Cover

Cross Currents in Maritime Shipping

Use of refrigerated containerships is on the rise as reefer shipping carriers recover from recessionary pressures. By Benjamin Milk The...

In the Issue

OSHA Sets Course for Increased Penalties

Tougher OSHA standards are on the way, along with increased penalties for non-compliance. By Lowell Randel In 2009, the Obama...

Safety Is Good Business

Operating ammonia refrigeration systems safely offers both safety and productivity benefits. By Bruce Badger We hear it a lot these days...

Building the Cold Chain in Emerging Markets

Finding Formulas for Success in Lesser Known Developing Countries By Rika Mallepally Eastern Europe and Central Asia (ECA) The breakup of...

Flexing Your Wall Options

Flexible fabric walls offer easy options to separate areas with up to 40 degrees Fahrenheit temperature differential. By Matt Fleckenstein...

Cool People: David Zopponi

Profiling Interesting and Influential People Connected to the Cold Chain Industry David Zopponi, President, Northwest Food Processors...