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chain

A unit of measurement formerly used in surveying and still seen in deeds with old property descriptions.One chain equals 66 feet.

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According to a 2015 research report by the University of Nottingham, "The Impact of Reducing Food Loss in the Global Cold Chain," funded by a grant from United Technologies Corp.
Cold Chain Distribution's 2015 Lead Sponsor is World Courier and other sponsors include: American Airlines Cargo, Berlinger, Eberspacher, ELPRO, Peli Bio Thermal, Sensitech, Testo, Topa Thermal Packaging and Emball'iso.
South Sudan, the UN agency said, so far has 167 cold chain units with the central cold chain in Gudele Juba and three other main cold chain hubs in Wau, Rumbek and Torrit.
It would stimulate the momentum of upgrading cold chain in the interested economies.
8226; Oliver Kirby, International Transportation and Cold Chain Leader, Shire Pharmaceuticals
7, Quezon City, it was discovered that DG Cold Chain declared with the BIR gross purchases amounting to P14.
In order to address this issue the task force on cold chain development was constituted by Government of India during 2008.
Through a host of new programs and new partnerships, the Alliance provides members with the tools, resources, and connections to build their businesses and better the cold chain industry.
We have always strived to help members manage legal and compliance issues," said GCCA President and CEO Bill Hudson, "but the growing impact of federal and state laws and regulations demanded that we acquire a professional of Lowell's caliber to help protect members and the cold chain industry at large.
The companies" cold chain laboratories will provide design and qualification testing on both sides of the Atlantic.
Driven by a strong growth in the sales of temperature sensitive healthcare products, the demand for cold chain logistic services is currently experiencing explosive growth.