Public Refrigerated Warehouses

Metadata Updated: February 14, 2019

The International Association of Refrigerated Warehouses (IARW) came into existence in 1891 when a number of conventional warehousemen took on the demands of storing perishable food and soon realized the increased challenge and complexity of operating temperature controlled storage facilities. IARW's goals and activities have broadened considerably over the years. Today, in addition to collecting information and encouraging the exchange of ideas, the association aggressively promotes more efficient distribution services, aids members in adopting new technology, advises members of legislation and regulations affecting the food industry, assists members in complying with U.S. and international regulations, and participates in alliances with industry and international organizations having a common interest in the safe and efficient flow of food products around the world. All active members of IARW are also members and beneficiaries of the work of The World Food Logistics Organization.n

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Public: This dataset is intended for public access and use. License: U.S. Government Work
Continental United States & Hawaii

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Metadata Created Date May 27, 2016
Metadata Updated Date February 14, 2019

Metadata Source

Harvested from DHS datajson source

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Resource Type Dataset
Metadata Created Date May 27, 2016
Metadata Updated Date February 14, 2019
Publisher Under Secretary / Management
Unique Identifier 2666
Maintainer Email
Public Access Level public
Bureau Code 024:10
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Harvest Source Title DHS datajson source
Data Last Modified 2018-07-03T04:00:00.000Z
Program Code 024:000
Rights Continental United States & Hawaii
Source Datajson Identifier True
Source Hash 7c3ad7b9b77fb235a4ba37d4d0cb333d4f8221ec
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