Global Cold Chain Alliance publishes 2013-2014 Global Cold Chain Directory

Comprehensive cold chain industry buyer’s guide includes 566 pages of listings of cold chain industry providers.

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The Global Cold Chain Alliance (GCCA) has published the 2013-2014 Global Cold Chain Directory, the most comprehensive cold chain industry buyer’s guide in the world.

The directory includes 566 pages of listings of cold chain industry providers. These companies are members of the Core Partners of GCCA, which represent all major industries engaged in temperature-controlled logistics. Providers are listed within the following sections:

• Warehousing – International Association of Refrigerated Warehouses (IARW)
• Research and Education – World Food Logistics Organization (WFLO)
• Transportation – International Refrigerated Transportation Association (IRTA)
• Construction – International Association for Cold Storage Construction (IACSC)
• Products and Services – IARW Associate Members

Using color-coded sections, readers will find an international selection of third party warehousing and logistics providers, temperature-controlled design and construction experts, and companies that provide essential products and services to the cold chain industry. The directory also features expanded indexes listing companies by name or by service.

“The companies listed in this directory represent the highest level of quality and service in the cold chain industry,” said GCCA CEO Bill Hudson. “As members of the Global Cold Chain Alliance, these companies are committed to maintaining a strong, unbroken cold chain for their customers and consumers.”

The Global Cold Chain Directory reaches nearly 2,000 cold chain professionals around the world. Food processors, manufacturers, retailers, food service companies, government officials, and industry trade press also receive the directory.

The Global Cold Chain Directory is available free of charge to companies that produce, process, or sell temperature-controlled products. Complimentary copies are also available to libraries, nonprofit organizations, trade press, and government bodies.

To learn more or to request a copy, visit www.gcca.org


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