GCCA membership in Asia-Pacific spans from India to Australia to China. GCCA has formed strategic partnerships with regional and national cold chain organizations to grow the industry and ensure food safety and quality. The association is leading the cold chain in the region by providing operational best practices and assisting with in-country project work.


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Cold Chain Critical in Reducing Global Food Waste

The third annual World Cold Chain Summit, held 30 November – 2 December 2016 in Singapore, brought together over 160 multi-disciplinary delegates from nearly 40 countries around the world, all with a common goal of reducing global food waste. During the Summit, cold chain was discussed multiple times as a key driving factor for reducing food waste.  Hosted by Carrier/United...

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Food Loss Reduction, Cold Chain Growth Explored in Singapore and Timor

In early December, Richard Tracy, Vice President of International Programs for GCCA, traveled to Singapore and East Timor to investigate cold chain development opportunities. In Singapore, Tracy moderated a panel discussion at the 3rd annual Carrier World Cold Chain Summit. This summit focused on finding solutions to reduce food loss, food waste, and the carbon footprint of the cold chain...

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UAE Business Council Planning Trade Mission to Dubai

The UAE Business Council is planning a trade mission to Dubai, beginning 27 October 2015 in support of the Global Trade Development Week (GTDW). The ideal trade delegation will be comprised of smaller medium-sized U.S. companies from within the cargo, logistics, transportation, supply chain, cold-storage, and related sectors looking to broaden their international interests, especially in the Gulf...

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Assessment of Existing Cold Chain Standards, Regulations & Practices Takes Place in Beijing and Shanghai
Several provinces and municipalities in China are in the process of updating the cold chain network standards that are intended to exceed the national standards currently in place. Many of the current standards are based on guidelines introduced from the Soviet Union with little change since the 1960s. However, shippers and logistics companies have made significant upgrades to their equipment over the years, which have not kept pace with the new technologies. WFLO recently took part in a cold chain assessment, funded by the United Stated Trade Development Agency (USTDA), to assist the China Federation of Logistics and Purchasing (CFLP) in defining new industry standards to be employed in two key cities—Beijing and Shanghai—based on U.S. standards and best practices.

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