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A business Intelligence service for temperature-controlled logistics providers

www.globalcoldchainnews.com is an information-rich website serving the needs of the temperature-controlled transport and distribution industry in Britain, Europe and globally. Since the site’s launch in 2011 it continues to draw more and more readers: latest traffic figures show the site had 28,533 sessions (18,815 users) and 47,855 page views in 2017/2018. (Google Analytics 13 June 2018).

In addition, there are over 3,700 subscribers to the website’s weekly e-newsletter. To subscribe click the link on the right.  The website provides daily updated news on temperature controlled matters from Britain, Europe, the US and the rest of the world. Also on the site are a listing of UK service and product suppliers, updates on UK legal news, opinion pieces from industry figures, comments from UK temperature-controlled operators, and feature articles.

We also provide in-depth special reports analysing specific sectors and regions – all instantly accessible as downloads.  And, with the support of sponsors, the site provides detailed reports to update on latest trends and developments in the temperature-controlled transport and distribution industry.

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OSHA names GCCA Alliance Program Ambassador

Arlington, Virginia, USA: The US Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has recognised the Global Cold Chain Alliance as an Alliance Program …

Definitive textbook on natural refrigerants available in English

Brussels, Belgium: Shecco, a natural refrigerent marketing company, has partnered with German publisher VDE Verlag to translate its popular 2019 German textbook on natural refrigerants …

Carrier’s TripLink gets smarter for reefers

Singapore: Carrier Transicold has added features to TripLink, its refrigerated container data management system. The system can better be adapted to suit specific customer requirements. …

XPO second quarter revenue hit by coronavirus

Greenwich, Connecticut, USA: XPO Logistics’ revenue for the second quarter of 2020 was down from $4.24bn to $3.5bn. Bradley Jacobs, chairman, XPO Logistics, said, “The …

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