COLD FACTS, July-August 2015

In this issue of COLD FACTS, the focus is on automated warehouses around the world and how they are driving increased capacity and productivity. Plus, read about lessons learned from the West Coast port strike, South Africa’s cold chain market, highlights from the IARW-WFLO Convention, and the newly launched GCCA Advocacy Website portal. *Note: You must be logged in as a member and have Acrobat Reader to view the complete issue.

On the Cover

Automation: A Ticket to Increased Capacity and Productivity in the Cold Chain

When Agristo, a Belgian company with three production plants in Belgium and the Netherlands that specializes in the production of potato...

In the Issue

IARW and WFLO Deliver Value at Convention & Expo

The annual IARW-WFLO Convention & Expo is the world’s largest public refrigerated warehousing and logistics event and this year...

Cool Person: Andrew Janson, President of Hanson Logistics

Andrew Janson is President of Hanson Logistics in St. Joseph, Michigan and a member of the IARW Board of Directors. In addition, he served...

South Africa: Gateway to the Continent for Cold Chain Industry

With its sophisticated banking system, the region’s biggest economy and stock exchange, and an infrastructure that’s by far the best in the...

West Coast, East Coast Dilemma: Impact of Strikes and Other Issues on the Cold Chain

Memories hold tight when it comes to delayed shipments. On the U.S. West Coast, the reoccurring theme seems that threats don’t get resolved...

Global Cold Chain Alliance Launches Advocacy Website for Cold Chain Industry

Government policies impacting the cold chain industry are constantly evolving and it is critical that companies stay informed and engaged...