Cool Insights: Cold Chain Management Tools

Mar 21, 2012 | Atlanta, GA

For the third consecutive year, faculty, staff, and partners of the Georgia Tech Supply Chain & Logistics Institute’s Integrated Food Chain Center (IFC) have contributed their thoughts on various aspects of the food chain to Food Logistics Magazine under a column called Cool Insights.

David Sterling, partner with Sterling Solutions and co-founding member of IFC, authored the Cool Insights column for the March 2012 issue of Food Logistics, titled “Cold Chain Management Tools: Assessments and Audits.”  In the column, Sterling discusses assessments and audits and their valuable role as an essential tool in the cold chain management process.

Previous installments of the Cool Insights column:

Food Logistics, January/February 2012: Nick Pacitti, co-founder of Sterling Solutions LLC, authored the ninth installment of the Cool Insights column titled “Cold Chain Technology is More Than Temperature Monitoring.”

Food Logistics, November/December 2011: Amar Ramudhin, director at the Center for Supply Chain Management and Technology at the Georgia Tech Supply Chain & Logistics Institute, authored the eighth installment of the Cool Insights column, titled “The Need for a Standard Reference Model for Food Chains.”

  • Partners of IFC contribute to the Cool Insights column.
    Partners of IFC contribute to the Cool Insights column.

For More Information Contact: 

Barbara Christopher
Industrial and Systems Engineering
404.385.3102