On June 1, the Atlantic Hurricane season officially began. While that might be an afterthought for many seasoned Floridians, natural disasters such as hurricanes and floods shouldn’t be taken lightly. At Adams Cold Storage, we literally cannot afford to be unprepared in the event of a hurricane or severe weather occurrence, and that is why we have detailed emergency operating procedures outlined in every contract we sent to a client.
In the even of a hurricane warning Excerpt from Central Florida Ag News
In business, we deal with numbers – financial tallies, customer data, inventory counts, product variety and identification, order accuracy etc. – and, more often than not, positive numbers translate into successful business. A business also is known by its numbers – numbers that identify it and make it unique. Below are some of the numbers we’d like to share about Adams Cold Storage and the industry in which we work.
I’ve written recently about the changing landscape in public refrigerated warehousing, especially the cold food chain segment, and how PRW companies are expanding their services to be more competitive, more diversified, and more helpful to their customers.
One of the services being offered more frequently by PRWs is tempering. Basically, it’s a well controlled and Excerpt from Central Florida Ag News
In the last month’s column, I began a conversation about the considerable changes in public refrigerated warehousing (PRW) during the past couple of decades – the evolution of a mostly “pallet-in, pallet-out” business to a more complex 3PL enterprise offering many more services to PRW customers. I promised more on the topic for this month’s column.
For review, 3PL (or TPL) is short for third-party logistics, Excerpt from Central Florida Ag News
A few weeks back, I was reading an industry trade article that quoted a longtime public refrigerated warehousing (PRW) veteran about the changes he’s seen in the business since he first got into it many years ago.
The way the fellow described it, PRW was a Excerpt from Central Florida Ag News
Public refrigeration warehousing (PRW) – cold storage – is about much more than large buildings, floor space, storage racks, dimensions, a refrigerated or frozen environment, and thousands of bundled, boxed or cased packages or storage containers on pallets.
In a word, its about protection. Excerpt from Central Florida Ag News
Lake Santa Claus and his elves at their toy making tasks in the bitter cold of the North Pole, it takes hardy souls to keep food products “on ice” and safe for future preparation and consumption, It also takes highly protected transport equipment to help them do their jobs.
I’m referring to the men, women and machine of Excerpt from Central Florida Ag News
Technology is omnipresent in modern society, and with it we have seen monumental improvements across many sectors of industry. We can track the pizza we ordered, monitor work floors, and communicate with friends an coworkers around the world. It only stands to reason that new technology would also affect our food supply chain, too.
The world of cold food storage and transportation is awash in new technology. Now, more than ever, we are able Excerpt from Central Florida Ag News
By and large, Americans are enjoying a robust U.S. economy, and its impact seems to have been highly positive for a wide swath of industries. From where I sit, it’s clear that the economy has been good for the cold chain industry and the public refrigerated warehouse (PRW’s) that operate within it. Heading into the holidays and season of thanksgiving, that’s something for which all of us at Adams Cold Storage (ACS) in Auburndale are grateful.
Business is up at ACS, with increased volumes logged for refrigerated Excerpt from Central Florida Ag News
When Congress passes far-reaching legislation, it often triggers American ingenuity in developing better methods and tools to meet new regulations. Such was the case with the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).
I’ve previously written about the FSMA, and the topics list for this Act is almost endless. Signed in to law in 2011, Excerpt from Central Florida Ag News