COLD FACTS, November-December 2009

In this issue, discover how sustainability, customer demands, and reefer industry will impact the future of the In this issue, discover how sustainability, customer demands, and reefer industry will impact the future of the cold chain industry.

On the Cover

Formulas for Success in 2010

Description of Warehouse Trends The cold chain may not be as widely known as Twitter, the social networking phenomenon, but all those who...

In the Issue

Looking Into the Crystal Ball: A Policy Outlook for 2010

Congress and the Obama Administration have an agenda full of complex and controversial issues, many of which could have significant impact...

Reefer Trucking on the Move

Refrigerated sector fares better than overall industry; recovery looming By Al Rickard When it comes to moving refrigerated and frozen...

Sustainability Remains the Focus of Industrial Refrigeration

Natural refrigerants and packaged systems among available options By A. Bruce Badger Ever since the adoption of the Montreal Protocol that...

Winds of Change in Retail

An Interview with Alan Greenspan and Chad Harper of Confederation Freezers By Tori Miller Founded in 1974 by Philip and Harry Greenspan,...

On the Ground in Afghanistan

An amazing tale of running a cold storage facility in a war zone By Ian Lovell I read with interest the article “Anatomy of Crisis” in the...

Cool People: Tom Stenzel

Profiling Interesting and Influential People Connected to the Cold Chain Industry Tom Stenzel, President & CEO, United Fresh Produce...