World Food Logistics Organization, the education and research foundation for the Global Cold Chain Alliance (GCCA), is pleased to announce its 2021-2022 board officers.

Elected by the WFLO Board of Governors during their meeting held recently in conjunction with the IARW-WFLO Annual Convention in Austin, Texas.

Newly confirmed officers include WFLO Chairman, Daniel Kaplan (Vertical Cold Storage & Rack Builders Inc.) WFLO Vice Chairman, Greg Laurin (Conestoga Cold Storage) and WFLO Treasurer, Mickey Hoffmann (United States Cold Storage). These three individuals will serve one-year terms on the executive committee.

“I am honored to be the WFLO Chairman and look forward to working alongside my fellow Board Members over the coming year,” stated Kaplan. “WFLO is doing such important work globally to develop the global cold chain, as well as train the next generation of industry leaders. I’m proud to be a part of the organization and look forward to all we will accomplish this year.”

About the Global Cold Chain Alliance
Global Cold Chain Alliance (GCCA) serves more than 1,100 companies in 85 countries who serve the food, pharmaceutical and other industries by providing third party, temperature controlled supply chain services. Over 40 percent of GCCA members are outside North America. GCCA serves as the focused voice of the cold chain industry GCCA is a platform for communication, networking and education for each link of the cold chain. Each of the Core Partner associations was founded years ago: IARW in 1891, IRTA in 1994, and CEBA in 1978. In 2007 these organizations came together under the united umbrella organization, the Global Cold Chain Alliance