Reducing Refrigerated Transport Cost with Shore Power Electric Standby

Reefer fleets across the country are electrifying. Learn how to reduce refrigerated transport operating costs by 40 to 70% by eliminating wasteful diesel fuel burn while stationary. Hear from industry experts on best practices and technologies to operate refrigerated trailers and trucks on electric grid-powered temperature control instead of using diesel fuel while parked at loading docks, yard parking, and staging areas at distribution centers, refrigerated warehouses, and food manufacturing plants.

Moderator:

John Thornton, Energy Advisor, Northwest Food Processors Association / Principal, CleanFuture, Inc.

Panelists:

Alan Bates, Vice President, Shorepower Technologies

Kevin Downing, Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

John Thornton, Principal Consultant, CleanFuture, Inc.

Kevin Williams, Region Director – West, Carrier Transicold

Register here for a workshop on January 11, 2016 at the Northwest Food & Beverage Manufacturers EXPO & Conference.

Refrigerated Transportation Best Practices

Experts Bud Rodowick, Don Durm, and Dr. Patrick Brecht will be discussing the highly anticipated International Refrigerated Transportation Association Guide to Refrigerated Transportation. The speakers will address compliance proposals from multiple Food Safety Modernization Act rules that require further clarification of their definition to determine what specifically needs to be identified as a “Best Practice” procedure for each of them. Join this session to discuss the evolution of these processes, and have your questions about how compliance requirements will affect all responsible entities answered.

Presenters:
Dr. Patrick Brecht, President, PEB Commodities
Bud Rodowick, Strategic Relations – Food Safety and OEMs, Thermo King
Donald Durm, Director of Strategic Customer Solutions, PLM Trailer Leasing

Register here for a workshop on January 11, 2016 at the Northwest Food & Beverage Manufacturers EXPO & Conference.