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Warehouses and trucks are critical links for all cold chain operations. Simply put, warehouses could not exist if it were not for trucks and truck drivers, and trucking firms would not exist if trucks and drivers did not have a place from which to pick up shipments and make deliveries. However, priorities for warehouse workers and drivers are not always aligned.
Join this session to learn new innovations and strategies in strengthening driver and warehouse relationships, from paperless check-in options to driver appreciation activities.
This session was part of GCCA’s Virtual Innovation Program, which aired from October 14-November 10, 2020, and was sponsored by Johnson Controls.
The global Certified Cold CarrierTM program developed by the Global Cold Chain Alliance provides independent, third-party assurance that your asset-based carrier company is aligned with industry-prescribed best practices for the safe and sanitary transport of food perishables.
Hear from association members who have completed the program about how the process helped them to review industry best practices, engage staff on critical temperature control processes, and differentiate themselves from their competition.
When it comes to determining the appropriate standards for the sanitary and safe transportation of food products, shippers (those who initiate the movement of food by motor vehicle or rail vehicle) have the primary responsibility.
Based on the Refrigerated Transportation Best Practices Guide developed by the International Refrigerated Transportation Association (IRTA), this course is the first of two courses designed to help you comply with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Sanitary Transportation of Food (STF) rule.
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