VaCom’s Multi-Tenant Solution Included In Virtual Innovation Program Education Sessions

La Verne (California), October 13, 2020. This year, the Global Cold Chain Alliance (GCCA) will be putting on the first Virtual Innovation Program. Aimed at companies who produce, handle, store, transport or are involved in the distribution of perishable products and  this virtual conference will be a convenient and affordable way for members to have the opportunity to learn, connect, and engage with the community of cold chain professionals and supporters. This conference will be a \”can\’t miss\” opportunity for companies that are looking to optimize supply chain, improve operations, and/or construct a facility. Online sessions will occur on a variety of days, starting on Wednesday, October 13 through Tuesday, November 10.

The conference includes the Virtual Learning Series education sessions, which aim to deliver essential content for individuals at all levels within all segments of the global cold chain. One of these sessions, Innovative Energy Usage Allocation Technology Solutions for Multi-Tenant Cold Storage Warehouses, will cover how advancements in technology have made tracking energy usage in cold storage buildings with multiple tenants, calculating energy usage, and billing much easier. George Botich and Richard Drones of Alliance Refrigeration and Daniel Karcher of Davis Partners will discuss how using VaCom\’s multi-tenant refrigeration allocation software has improved their operation. This session will take place on Friday, October 23, from 2:00 – 3:00 PM ET.

Find out more about the Virtual Innovation Program, including how to sign up, here.

See the complete schedule of events here.

Read more about VaCom\’s Multi Tenant Refrigeration Allocation Solution here.

About VaCom Technologies

VaCom Technologies focuses on refrigeration controls solutions and is headquartered in the USA. The company is the leader in controls integration, providing analysis, controls and monitoring solutions for the most energy-efficient and cost-effective refrigeration technology management in the industry. More information: