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   Vol. 19 No. 67
Tuesday October 13, 2020
Ready for Frozen Logistics
Frozen Logistics

     Last month The New York Times reported that some COVID-19 vaccines may have to be shipped at temperatures as low as minus 80 degrees F, raises the thought that the challenge of getting the life-saving serums could be infinitely more complex than originally believed.
     But before we spin ourselves into another “can we deliver?” frenzy, we think a bit of level-headed look about is in order. At arm’s length may be some solutions, including as example, a company out there called Coldco Frozen Fulfillment Solutions.
     St. Louis Coldco 3PL with a can-do attitude offers a complete menu on a web page vision statement that features a nice picture of the Swiss Alps, an impression that is cold enough for us.
     “We will store your products at the required temperature, then as orders are received they are picked, packed, and shipped according to your specifications,” Coldco declares.
     Coldco promises that it can reach 70% of the United States population in 48 hours or less, utilizing ground service shipping.
     “More than 105 million tons of cargo passes through the St. Louis area annually between the four major interstates with national access, six Class I railroad terminals, four inland ports, and five airports including two international cargo airports,” Coldco said.
    “With the addition of our Reno, NV warehouse in 2019, the Coldco Logistics network can reach 97% of the U.S. population in 1-2 days using ground shipping.”
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