COLD FACTS, March-April 2010

In this issue, learn how you can improve safety in your operations and, as a result, avoid claims, accidents, penalties, and bad press.

On the Cover

Dodging Disaster: How to Avoid Claims, Accidents, Penalties, and Bad Press

It was a banner headline in the one of the world’s most important newspapers: “Kept Game Out of Season; State Now Wants Cold Storage to Pay...

In the Issue

GCCA to Track Member Regulatory Experiences

Renewed focus on regulatory enforcement from Obama Administration sparks new program By Lowell Randel The new Global Cold Chain Alliance (...

Reefer Trucking on the Rebound

Refrigerated trucking dropped off less than other trucking sector during the recession. Now it’s recovering, but challenges still lie ahead...

WFLO Identifies Postharvest Technologies

Funding from Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation brings together international team of experts to study the cold chain needs of many...

Building the Future

Cold storage construction costs and trends in 2010 By Tori Miller How much? It’s a simple, familiar phrase that we regularly voice in our...

To Hell and Back

Feature presentation by business ethics expert to offer a roadmap for growth based on ethics and strong leadership By Alexandra Walsh To...

Cool People: Bruce Badger

Profiling Interesting and Influential People Connected to the Cold Chain Industry Bruce Badger, President, International Institute of...