Finding and selecting a cold chain logistics provider can be a tough and lengthy process. You want to make sure you find the right one. The one who you can trust in understanding your freight’s regulations and has the quality of the transportation you need for your temperature-controlled freight. Here at Trinity, we consider ourselves uniquely qualified within the cold chain. We’ve worked with thousands of shippers with temperature-controlled products, making us well-versed in the requirements and regulations.
Don’t just take our (written) word for it. Join us and our parent company, Burris Logistics, for an educational webinar to discuss our Fully Connected Cold Chain. In this webinar, you’ll hear from three experts in the industry: Mark Peterson and Mo Shearer of Trinity Logistics and Nick Falk of Burris Logistics. They’ll all speak to the intricacies you can experience in cold chain distribution and their personal stories of expertise with commodities like seafood, produce, and more.
Find out why Burris Logistics has become a well-known cold storage provider and how they have further grown within the cold chain industry by finding support in other areas of logistics, such as freight management with Trinity Logistics. Learn from our panelists why cold chain logistics is often best left to the experts.
If you’re in the cold chain space and have any questions or concerns about your logistics, this is the webinar to attend. Don’t miss out on the chance to learn more about our people-centric and servant approach, together with Burris, straight from some of our top members of the company.
Join us for “A Fully Connected Cold Chain”
February 2, 2021 at 1:00pm EST.
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