GCCA Programs

GCCA Core Partners offer a variety of interactive programs to help meet the needs of its members.  View the options of programs offered below. If you have an idea for a program that could be developed by GCCA, contact Catharine Perry at cperry@gcca.org

GCCA Certified Cold Carrier Program

A GCCA Program designed to recognize carrier organizations for their commitment to sanitary and safe transportation of perishable products. More

GCCA Energy Excellence Recognition Program  

Program helping temperature-controlled warehouse operators measure and improve energy efficiency at each of their facilities, and receive recognition for their efforts.   More

IARW Productivity and Benchmarking Online Tool

This online tool provides members engaged in temperature-controlled warehousing access to key data input by peers located in North America. The tool allows uers to  enter their own facilitys' data, benchmark that data against all other facility participants, access reports, and utilize filters for analysis.     More

Driver Training for Sanitary Transportation of Food (STF) Compliance

The International Refrigerated Transportation Association (IRTA), a core partner of the Global Cold Chain Alliance (GCCA), has developed a training program for drivers to become compliant with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Sanitary Transportation of Food (STF) rule. This training program meets regulatory requirements for driver training.  More

Fighting Food Loss and Waste

The Global Cold Chain Alliance and its members team up with organizations to advance food maximization and reduce food loss and waste in a number of ways. Download our Food Donation Guide and read more about other activities.  More

Protecting the Foods Families Love Campaign

How can we build trust between the families across our country and the food they eat? One link at a time. That’s why the “Protecting the Food Families Love” campaign is focused on showcasing our promise that the food we all eat is safely packaged, stored and transported. More

Talent Development & HR

Human resources (HR), including hiring, screening, and evaluating employees is a necessary function of an efficient operation. These resources help managers understand employment law and recruit, retain and develop high quality employees. More