COLD FACTS, July-August 2013

Technological and operational innovations are changing the way the cold chain industry does business. Learn more in this issue.


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Technological Excellence in the Cold Chain

Innovation is a part of being competitive and doing business to stay ahead of the technological curve. But some companies take the concept...

In the Issue

Innovation in Refrigerated Ocean Transport

Shipping within the cold chain is a highly complicated and competitive business. Adding to its complexity is the fact innovation within...

Recent Trends in OSHA Enforcement

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) continues to be a major focus of GCCA government affairs efforts, including work...

Preparing for a Power Crisis: Developing an Emergency Generator Plan

Natural gas generator Over the past several years, high-profile power outages have emphasized the need for public refrigerated warehouses...

Cold Chain at the Crossroads: Business Opportunities and Challenges in Eurasia

Refrigerated truck in Uzbekistan. Economic outlook in the former Soviet republics remains generally positive, due to high oil prices for...

Cool People: Jan Koslosky, Jr.

Jan Koslosky, Jr., VP of Supply Chain Management, Ocean Beauty Seafoods. Cool People is a regular column in COLD FACTS magazine that...