COLD FACTS, September-October 2009

In this issue, cold storage companies are forming successful, mutually-beneficial partnerships with customers, ports, and even other In this issue, cold storage companies are forming successful, mutually-beneficial partnerships with customers, ports, and even other cold storage companies.

On the Cover

The Power of Partnerships in the Cold Chain

Alliances new and old demonstrate how working together can boost success The cold storage industry, which endured the flagging economy of...

In the Issue

U.S. Congress Moves Closer to Revamping the Food Safety System

How new legislation could change the global food industry The issue of food safety has been a hot topic in Washington for several years....

Lanier Technical College Signs as WFLO Service Partner

College will provide expanded hands-on training programs Lanier Technical College has signed an agreement to become a Service Partner of...

Cold Chain Growth in Central America

International cooperation and foreign investment help build cold chain infrastructure Over the last two decades there has been significant...

Hammering Out the Details

Who should hold builder’s risk insurance? The question arises at the start of every construction project: Who will provide the builders...

Deciphering the “Y” Generation

How to attract and integrate “millenials” into your workforce Even in the midst of a recession, hiring and training good people remains...

Cool People: Bill Graves

Profiling Interesting and Influential People Connected to the Cold Chain Industry Bill Graves, President and CEO, American Trucking...