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GCCA releases 2021 annual report

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2021 was a year of many challenges but also of great success. As we reflect on the year, GCCA is pleased to present the 2021 GCCA Annual Report. Membership has continued to grow along with the association’s available resources, networking events, and business development opportunities.

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Image credit: GCCA

The Global Cold Chain Alliance (GCCA) is growing the third-party, temperature-controlled supply chain industry and leading the cold chain by connecting more than 1 100 companies domestically and internationally in 92 countries.

GCCA member companies maintain quality and safety of perishable products from the farm, through the distribution chain, to the final consumer. Serving as the voice of the cold chain industry to stakeholders and policy makers, GCCA strives to support this critical mission of its three core partner organizations and its foundation.

Excitingly, GCCA were able to host and attend multiple meetings and events and reunite as an industry face-to-face. We also had success increasing our presence and recognition in Washington, D.C., while navigating the ever-changing regulations coming out of the Administration.

As GCCA looks to 2022, they will continue to face challenges while also having opportunities to grow their essential industry. We are honoured to serve during a period where the success of our industry is more critical than ever in securing the world’s food supply through uncertain times. We are thankful for our fellow board members, the GCCA staff, and of course all our members worldwide for their support and commitment to this industry.

“Reflecting on the year, today I celebrate our members and this industry. GCCA members have worked tirelessly to ensure the supply chain keeps moving and families have the food they need on their kitchen tables at night. And I would be remiss not to mention our dedicated staff who have worked hard to ensure our member’s needs are met and voices are heard. With the support of our members and staff, I am confident entering 2022 we will continue to work hard to ensure we have the programs, services, and advocacy efforts to help increase the profile and tell the story of the vital work of the cold chain”, says. Matthew Ott, GCCA President & CEO.

To download the 2021 GCCA report, click here.