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Posted by Ben Medearis on 2017-04-07

Close to a Port, or Close to a Producer?  What to Consider When Looking for the Best Location for a Cold Storage Partner

As the poultry industry continues to diversify – from the consumer shift towards ready meals and meal kits, and exports to emerging global markets - the demand for blast-freeze capabilities and to store poultry is on the rise.  The Farmers’ Organization Authority (FOA) projects the global demand for poultry to grow 24-percent in the next 10 years, so the proper poultry cold-chain infrastructure at home is a priority.

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Topics: Food Safety, Transportation, Poultry

Posted by Daniel Cooke on 2017-03-09

The Benefits of Working With an Energy Efficient Warehouse Provider

So you're an environmentally responsible organization - shouldn't your supply chain partners be the same?  Recently, Americold's very own Manager of Energy, Ted Royals, provided Refrigerated and Frozen Food Magazine with his thoughts on how you can reap rewards from working with organizations placing a priority on corporate sustainability.  Read more here.
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Topics: Environment, Energy

Posted by Daniel Cooke on 2017-01-04

Top 10 Safety Tips


Working in Extreme Temperature Environments is Hazardous, and Accidents can Happen Very Quickly

In an excerpt from GCCA's Top 10 Employee Safety Tips, Americold's Rick Stevens offers his advice on workplace safety.

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Topics: Food Safety, Warehouse Safety

Posted by Daniel Cooke on 2017-01-04

Frozen on a Stick


Environmental Responsibility When the Temperatures Rise
Keeping large warehouses cool during the summer takes energy - but it can be done responsibly too.  Learn more about Americold's corporate social responsibility programs that ensure we do our part for our planet.

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Topics: Environment, CSR, Energy

Posted by Daniel Cooke on 2017-01-04

Are you ready for FSMA?


FSMA Provides All Cold Chain Participants a More Definitive Raodmap to Improve the Safety of Our Food Supply

The Food Safety Modernization Act will have a sweeping, extensive impact for temperature-controlled supply chain providers.  Read commentary from Billy Adams of Americold, in an excerpt from an article posted in Food Logistics Magazine.

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Topics: Food Safety, FSMA

Posted by Daniel Cooke on 2017-01-04

Veteran Hiring Initiative


Former Military Personnel are a Unique Talent Pool for the Private Sector - Logistics Included

Veterans bring unique abilities and experience to the civilian workforce that can bolster any employer’s business, including hard-to-teach traits like leadership, loyalty, dedication, self-motivation, sustained performance under pressure, the ability to carry out complex procedures, and the ability to work as part of a team. These are characteristics that every employer is looking for, especially Americold.

 

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Topics: HR

Posted by Daniel Cooke on 2017-01-04

Get more from your cold chain transportation provider


Don't settle for simply moving your frozen food products - explore how to move your ice cream and eat it too!

As the only way to get your food and beverage products from A to B, safe and reliable transportation is an important element in your temperature-controlled supply chain.  We sat down with Jay Seifer, VP Business Development for Transporation at Americold, to identify some pointers to help you in selecting the right transportation provider.

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Topics: Transportation

Life and Times in the Temperature-Controlled Storage and Distribution Industry

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