COLD FACTS: November-December 2016

In this issue of COLD FACTS, find out how to understand customers' needs and expectations, how to stop fires before they start, the GCCA Refrigerated Transportation Best Practices Guide, 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

Your Customers' Needs and Expectations

The inaugural Global Cold Chain Expo (GCCE) held this past summer in Chicago attracted thousands of key decision-makers from companies...

In the Issue

GCCA Celebrates 15 Years of International Projects

Global Cold Chain Alliance’s (GCCA) President and CEO Corey Rosenbusch was invited to join several East African heads of state and the U.S...

Refrigerated Transportation Best Practices Guide

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published its final rule for the Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food (STF) in...

Best Way to Fight Fire? Stop it Before it Starts

No warehouse owner wants to receive a fire alarm at the facility, but the unique nature of cold storage facilities exacerbates the...

The Outlook on Port Congestion

Port congestion strikes at the heart of the cold chain. It’s not easy to forget the contract impasse that affected U.S. West Coast port...