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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Education and Training Identified as Top Priorities for Indian Cold Chain Success

In November 2018, Amanda Brondy, GCCA Director of International Programs, traveled to India joined by Dan Kaplan, CEO - Cloverleaf Cold Storage and WFLO Board Member, and Harshal Surange, a design-build expert with ACR Project Consultants. The team hosted a series of Cold Chain Connections in Delhi, Mumbai, and Hyderabad which presented the findings of the WFLO...

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GCCA’s Promising Future in Central Asia

GCCA has been involved in various projects throughout Central Asia, and in 2017 the World Food Logistics Organization (WFLO), a GCCA Core Partner, participated in the USAID Central Asia’s Competitiveness, Trade and Jobs (CTJ) project to assess gaps in cold chain sustainability in the region. The goal of the project was to develop solutions to increase employment in the...

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GCCA Leads Indonesian Cold Chain Study Tour in the Philippines

In late 2016, GCCA completed assessments in Indonesia and the Philippines as part of the USDA-funded Emerging Markets Program for Southeast Asia. This assessment identified the need for training and information sharing among cold chain stakeholders in both countries, though with a greater need in Indonesia. As a result, GCCA led a study tour of nine participants from Indonesia (Jakarta, Surabaya...

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GCCA Member Promotes Cold Chain Growth in Central Asia

GCCA member, Matthew Meredith of LixCap, traveled to Almaty, Kazakhstan on May 26 to spend about two weeks supporting cold chain development. Specifically, he will work with a USAID-funded project to help develop specific activities for growth in five Central Asian countries: Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and to a lesser extent given its recent success in developing...

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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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