Cool Insights: Forum for Thoughts on Food Chain in 2010

Posted November 15, 2010 | Atlanta, GA

To celebrate the opening of the Georgia Tech Supply Chain & Logistic Institute’s (SCL) Integrated Food Chain Center (IFC), Food Logistics Magazine initiated a new column titled, Cool Insights. The column, which began with the April / May 2010 issue, has exclusively featured thoughts from the faculty, staff, and partners of IFC on various aspects of food chain and will continue to do so through the final column of 2010. In all, IFC will have written six columns for the magazine. To read the articles, click on the links below:

1.  “The Increasing Necessity for Integrated Food Chains” by Don Ratliff, UPS and Regents’ Professor and executive director of SCL and IFC, April / May 2010.

2.   "Making the Case for Cold Chain" by David Sterling, an IFC partner, June 2010.

3.   “Carefully Manage Temperature-Controlled Space” by John J. Bartholdi III, Manhattan Associates Chair of Supply Chain Management and Research Director, The Supply Chain & Logistics Institute, July/ August 2010.

4.   “Predictive Modeling for Food Safety”  by John J. Bartholdi III, Manhattan Associates Chair of Supply Chain Management and Research Director, The Supply Chain & Logistics Institute, September 2010.

5.   "Quality Sell-Time’ Of Perishables” by Don Ratliff, UPS and Regents’ Professor and executive director of SCL and IFC, October 2010.

6. "Sensing For Logistics Throughout The Food Chain"  by Gary McMurray, division chief for the Food Processing Technology Division at the Georgia Tech Research Institute and IFC partner, November / December 2010.


For more information contact:

Barbara Christopher
Industrial and Systems Engineering
404.385.3102