GCCA, Cold Chain Federation Partnership Builds Cold Chain Commitment Across Borders

This partnership signals a new commitment to building knowledge, networking opportunities and insights across borders.

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The Global Cold Chain Alliance (GCCA) and the Cold Chain Federation (CCF) entered into a formal partnership agreement that builds on a 20-plus-year affiliation between the two organizations.

“We are delighted to partner with GCCA in this way, giving CCF members access to an international knowledge bank, as well as opening the way for international opportunities and networking. Over three years CCF has grown massively in its profile and impact, building a range and events and services to benefit UK cold chain professionals. By partnering with GCCA we can add their vast experience and expert resources to our membership offer,” says CCF chief executive Shane Brennan. “The UK is a distinctive market, and most of what concerns our members is immediate and local, but there is so much to learn from looking outside our borders too. Working with GCCA our members will have access to the best of innovation, compliance and insight from around the world.”

“GCCA is a truly global network with members in over 80 countries. By reinforcing our strong links to CCF we are able to bring more UK professionals into our network and utilize their knowledge to gain insight that benefits all our members,” says GCCA president and CEO Matthew R. Ott. “We are very excited by the opportunities that collaboration with CCF can bring to GCCA and vice versa. We are keen to support and partner with independent national organizations like CCF, and we look forward to exploring ways to build further collaborative ventures that strengthen both organizations’ offer to members in all areas of the cold chain industry.”

 

From The Global Cold Chain Alliance (GCCA):

  • This partnership signals a new commitment to building knowledge, networking opportunities and insights across borders.
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