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WFLO RefrigiWear Scholarship Andrew Schultze
The First Annual RefrigiWear WFLO Institute scholarship winner for the 48th WFLO Institute is announced.
December 29, 2011: RefrigiWear and the World Food Logistics Organization (WFLO) are pleased to announce Mr. Andrew Schultze of Nor-Am Cold Storage, Inc. as the winner of the WFLO Scholarship for the 48th WFLO Institute, being held February 11-15, 2012 at the Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center in Atlanta, Georgia.
Schultze is a supervisor for Nor-Am Cold Storage, where he has worked since high school. He also serves on Nor-Am's Process Safety Management Committee, Facility Safety Committee, and warehouse management system migration team. Schultze's excellent attitude, leadership, and overall dedication to the industry are some of the traits that made him so deserving of this honor.
The scholarship provides Schultze with an all-expenses-paid trip to the WFLO Institute, an annual four-day education program for public refrigerated warehousing (PRW) professionals.
Schultze will be honored at the opening session of the WFLO Institute and will also have a dinner thrown in his honor while in Atlanta. In addition, RefrigiWear will bring Schultze to their manufacturing plant in North Georgia for a tour and visit. RefrigiWear is a proud supporter of the World Food Logistics Organization, a Core Partner of the Global Cold Chain Alliance. RefrigiWear is excited to further steward the best business practices the Institute establishes through training and continued education.
Founded in 1943, the World Food Logistics Organization (WFLO) is the primary source for education, technical information and development in the global cold chain industry. The WFLO Institute is an annual,four-day industry-specific program for future leaders in the public refrigerated warehousing industry.
Established in 1954, RefrigiWear, Inc. is the industry's leading manufacturer of insulated industrial work wear, accessories and personal protective equipment for use in subzero temperatures, inclement weather and low-visibility environments.
For over 50 years, RefrigiWear has supplied the most demanding industries with insulated garments and accessories needed to keep workers warm, safe and productive. RefrigiWear is located in Dahlonega, Georgia, where we quilt, cut and sew the majority of our garments, bags and covers.
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