In the July 2011 issue of Food Logistics, Dr. Dario Solis, managing director of the Georgia
Tech Panama Logistics Innovation & Research Center, authored the fifth
installment for the Cool Insights
column, titled “A
New Cold Chain for Panama.” In the
column, Solis writes on the Georgia Tech Panama Logistics Innovation &
Research Center’s support of the Panamanian government’s recent work to
transform into a trade hub for the Americas, through the development of a new
cold chain infrastructure.
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 the IFC on
various aspects of food chain.
here to read more about the column and to find links to the six
installments from 2010.
The Integrated Food Chain (IFC) Center is an industry/academic joint initiative to identify and resolve critical integration issues across the end-to-end food chain. The focus is on designing, analyzing and continuously improving cold chains for perishable food products. Read more...