COLD FACTS: May-June 2016

In this issue of COLD FACTS, find out what is top of mind for the temperature controlled trucking industry, GCCA’s position on the EPA’s proposed rule on RMP, the latest updates regarding the upcoming Global Cold Chain Expo taking place in June, trends in the fresh produce market driving cold chain investment and much more. *Note: you must be logged in as a member and have Acrobat Reader to view the full issue of the magazine.

On the Cover

2016 Report on the State of Temperature-Controlled Trucking

The refrigerated trucking industry hauled 520.1 million tons of freight in 2015, equaling 5 percent of all truck freight (10.35 billion...

In the Issue

EPA Issues Proposed Rule on RMP

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published a proposed rule to modernize the Risk Management Program in the Federal Register on...

New Global Cold Chain Expo United the Whole Cold Chain

For the first time ever, the Global Cold Chain Expo 2016 will bring together the fresh produce industry and the cold chain industry,...

Strategic Cold Chain Investment Ahead: 3PLs Managing Fresh Produce Shipments

The world offers a cornucopia of fresh produce, and as global trade continues to increase, so do opportunities to bring fresh commodities...

Leveraging Utility Company Incentives

Fishing may not generate revenue for cold storage owners, but John Scherer, Manager of Engineering for Los Angeles Cold Storage Company,...

Driver Coercion Rule in Effect

Motor carrier transportation is just one link – albeit at an important one – in a supply chain that includes shippers, receivers, and...

3PL Adds High Pressure Processing Services

Lineage Logistics, a warehousing and logistics company with one of the largest facility networks in the United States, is one of the first...

Cool People: Bob Costello

Every other month, COLD FACTS magazine profiles interesting and influential people in the cold chain industry. In this edition of Cool...