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Mark Petersen — Vice President of temperature controlled transportation

As Vice President of temperature controlled transportation, Mark manages the design, development and performance of global temperature controlled transportation initiatives, as well as enterprise solution design in collaboration with North American Surface Transportation. During his tenure with C.H. Robinson, Mark has demonstrated the ability to effectively develop and grow new business relationships, and design unique solutions which allow him to focus and lead resources towards achieving long-term growth initiatives.

Holidays Offer Unique Challenges for Cold Chain Logistics

Over the holidays, nearly 165 million consumers across the United States will buy food and beverages to celebrate the season. Since produce and fresh ingredients are crucial for holiday meals, safely transporting these temperature-sensitive items, delivering them on time and in full, and keeping them freshly stocked on store shelves is vitally important for retailers. These, combined with holiday deadlines, present unique challenges for the logistics industry.  » Read More

The ELD Mandate and Fresh Produce Logistics: What Shippers Need to Know

Last December, the electronic logging device (ELD) mandate went into effect for the broader carrier community, marking a change in how professional truck drivers and commercial motor carriers log hours of service (HOS). The federal ELD mandate, which states that fleets previously using paper logbooks needed to equip their trucks with ELDs, went into full enforcement—which includes issuing non-compliant drivers with out-of-service citations—on April 1, 2018, with the exception of a limited 90-day waiver for the transportation of agricultural commodities that remains in effect until June 18. » Read More

What makes the perfect order in food and beverage shipping?


How many orders can you honestly describe as perfect? Before we answer that question, we should first consider why perfection is so important for food and beverage shipping. If you’re like many other food and beverage companies—or companies in general—you are probably seeking opportunities to accomplish some or all of the following:
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