CHaINA March Edition is Out – With a New Web Edition

Friday, March 28, 2008 10:23

I learned a long time ago, that while Shanghai moves quick you sometimes end up hanging out while people need to make their way across town for appointments. So, wihle waiting for my lunch appointment (I made it early), I caught up on some reading by opening up the CHaINA that is sitting on my desk.

By far China’s best english language logistics publication, I was happy to see that I not only made the front cover, but that my post last month entitled Factory Closing: Why Is Anyone Shocked? This Was Coming was highlighted in the blog section.

Mug shot of me, and a reposted All Roads article aside, this magazine is a must for anyone looking to learn more about cold chain (particularly those interested in the Olympic food chain) . There are also a number of interesting articles on the logistics of flowers from Yunnan (written by Chris at Go Kunming), and a large news roundup section as well.

to access the new (and fantastically slick) web version go here, and honestly (this is my inner treehugger talking) you do not need to print this or ask for printed copy anymore. Their web version is more than enough.

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3 Responses to “CHaINA March Edition is Out – With a New Web Edition”

  1. Russel Beron says:

    May 2nd, 2008 at 3:31 am

    Hi Richard, just saw your post about CHaINA. As the editor, I spend a lot of sleepless nights working on it, so appreciate your comments. We are working hard to make a quality magazine focused on real news and analysis about things happening right now in China.

    As you’ll see from our next issue, we are also increasing our coverage of CSR/Green issues and the major emerging markets of India and Vietnam. Forgive the plug, but look out for our May/June issue which comes out next week, it’s packed with an extra 14 pages of content, including one of your blog posts…

    Regards,

    Russel

  2. Rich says:

    May 2nd, 2008 at 4:40 am

    Hi Russel,

    Totally understand your pain, and you are doing a fine job.

    Keep me up to date on the CSR/ Green issues. Perhaps you can start adding Crossroads (www.china-crossroads.com) articles in the future too!

    Never hurts to ask…

    R

  3. Russel Beron says:

    May 2nd, 2008 at 5:19 am

    Sounds good Rich, will do. – Russel