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Cold Link and Cold Chain Africa are joining forces to form a brand new, amalgamated publication called Cold Link Africa

Industry reacts positively to new Cold Link Africa

At FRIGAIR Expo 2015 on 3 June it was announced that Cold Link and Cold Chain Africa are joining forces to form a brand new, amalgamated publication called Cold Link Africa (incorporating Cold Chain).

Read more: Industry reacts positively to new Cold Link Africa

Ashrae workshops: Why non-arrival is an issue

Four Ashrae workshops were held during FRIGAIR Expo 2015 (3-5 June) under the instructorship of highly qualified and experienced people who have years of experience in the real world of HVAC&R, as well as with Ashrae. But our own industry’s behaviour left much to be desired…

Read more: Ashrae workshops: Why non-arrival is an issue

One consolidated voice for refrigeration industry

Exciting news for the refrigeration industry: Cold Link and Cold Chain Africa are joining forces and a brand new, amalgamated publication called Cold Link Africa (incorporating Cold Chain) will be hitting the market in September!

The last edition of Cold Link in its current form will appear at the end of June, while the last Cold Chain Africa will be the July/August edition. In September the first Cold Link Africa will appear, bringing together the best of both worlds (or newspapers rather). Both parties are very excited about this new venture and the possibilities it will bring.

Dale Macnamara Editor of Cold Link Africa“For almost three decades these two publications have loyally served the local refrigeration market, keeping stakeholders in the know,” said Dale Macnamara, editor of Cold Chain Africa, who will be taking on the sales director role for the new publication. “Now the time has come for the established and trusted titles to join forces for the benefit of the industry as a whole.”

The new publication will focus solely on all aspects of refrigeration, following the cold chain from producer to consumer. Content will include regular features, products, industry news, world trends, topics issues, events, regulations and many more – all dealing with the various aspects of refrigeration.

Cold Link Africa will also have an extensive online presence, not only in the form of a brand new website (www.coldlinkafrica.co.za), but also a monthly industry newsletter and social media (including Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn).

“For many years the infrastructure of Cold Link has been very limited and by joining forces with Cold Chain Africa, that infrastructure has overnight increased by almost tenfold,” explained John Ackermann, Cold Link editor and new editor of Cold Link Africa. “This will bring a new dimension to the Cold Link and will allow it to serve the market to a much greater extent than in the past. The consolidation was undertaken in the interest of all loyal readers and advertisers who have been so supportive over the past 28 years.”

The official announcement of the consolidation was made on 3 June 2015 at the start of the HVAC&R industry’s FRIGAIR Expo 2015 show at Gallagher Convention Centre in Midrand. It was announced at an industry breakfast where various advertisers, readers and key role-players were in attendance. The announcement was positively received by industry.

Cold Link Africa will be published by Interact Media Defined (IMD) and appear alternate-monthly for six issues annually.


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