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JUNE 2021

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Save the Date for upcoming conventions, the CDL Driver shortage, AND MORE!


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CDL Driver Shortage: Yes, But You Have an Advantage June 2021 Vol. 204 │ No. 6 ISSN #0034-3137

EDITORIAL STAFF Editor/Publisher Mary Y. Cronley refrigerationmag@gmail.com (404) 819-5446 Senior Staff Writer Joe Cronley cronley.joe@gmail.com (404) 295-5712

IN THIS ISSUE DEPARTMENTS

CONVENIENCE STORE NEWS

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7-Eleven Day Cancelled Again Due to COVID-19 Pandemic

Art Direction Markurious Marketing hello@markurious.com (678) 439-6534

North Carolina Gas Station Sues Colonial Pipeline for Fuel Shortage

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How to Get the Most Out of Your Xpress Ordering App For the past 8 months, KCS has been promoting and encouraging our clients to purchase the RouteMan Xpress ordering app or their own customized version that we refer to as Branded. While several of our companies have decided to purchase the app, one in particular has really embraced it and begun to let it change the way they do business. Rosedale Ice has been ramping up their use of the Rosedale Ice app over the winter months, and to date they’ve taken over 750 orders through Xpress. In the interest of helping others, we recently reached out to their staff for tips about promoting the service to their customers. Mike Bullock (COO) mentioned doing a big push with cards that had the QR code for their app printed on them. By handing this to their customers, they can easily find and download a free copy of the app to any smart device.

automated phone prompts to try to steer more customers to make the move.

“We’ve tried many different ideas to get our customers to transition to the app,” says Ricky Fitzhugh, the President. “The main thing is that you just keep telling your customers that this is how we take our orders now. For all new customers, we just tell them this is how we do business.”

One of their largest customers is a chain with over 200 store locations. After doing a pilot program to test the process, their management is now moving to implement ordering through the app for all their locations. If you would like to explore these ideas further, search for Xpress on the Apple Android RouteMan Help Videos site. We have a When starting to promote the app, video there that describes even more tips Rosedale sent out an email blast letting and ideas to advertise Xpress so that you their customers know it was available. can reduce your call volume and help They’ve had sales people promoting it you serve your customers in an even ever since. They’ve even changed their more responsive way.

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CDL Driver Shortage

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At every level, the United States is experiencing a labor shortage that is both puzzling and seemingly unprecedented. It seems to be occurring, particularly at the low skilled level, across many industries and occupations. What seems like a good job at good pay goes unfilled. We are hearing that there is a particular critical shortage in one of the key functions of a successful packaged ice company: drivers. CDL drivers are few and far between in many markets. A driving job in packaged ice has a lot of advantages over other CDL jobs. You have a regular schedule, you show up in the morning and go home at night. You won’t waste part of your day waiting on somebody to load freight. You know what you’re hauling day in and day out, you never get surprised by a cargo that isn’t as described. You don’t have to do over the road record keeping. And did I mention you get to go home at night? Trucking industry sources have been predicting a driver shortage for years, but they didn’t see it coming all at once. Lots of people get CDLs, but if they go into over the road (OTR) or long haul trucking they can get disillusioned quickly. Tough working conditions, unpaid waiting hours that make your hourly check look pathetic based on time away from home, and poor treatment by the trucking company, the shipper, the receiver, and the DOT on the way, all combine to burn out a lot of drivers. Many trucking companies report 90% or more driver turnover. Some sources report that the U.S. trucking industry is currently short as many as 60,000 drivers, and Canada another 25,000. Add to that the fact that every single long haul company has a constant recruiting cycle to replace drivers who leave. There is tremendous pressure on any industry which uses CDL drivers, and in many cases a packaged ice company will be recruiting against long haul trucking. Speaking to some of the major issues with long haul trucking could make the difference in finding and retaining drivers. Problems in the OTR trucking industry are well known, and could create an advantage for packaged ice companies to recruit drivers. Please understand that when we say “Packaged Ice Advantage,” we mean a potential advantage in your recruiting strategy. As an industry observer, REFRIGERATION magazine does not hire drivers and cannot verify this information. Additionally, your state, regional and local conditions will influence your strategy.

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Problem: The OTR “Industry

Standard” payment system puts drivers at a disadvantage. When drivers are paid by mileage, they don’t get paid for mandatory rest periods, for wait time at a loading facility, or for unpredictable delays in transit.

Packaged Ice Advantage:

True hourly or salaried pay. Many packaged ice companies pay by production or other performance metrics, which could open the door to complaints about down time. Hourly pay may be a better way to get drivers in the door, if you know the real world number of stops they can make in a workday and structure the pay correctly. You may be able to advertise “Above OTR Industry Standard Pay” to attract applicants.

Problem: Benefits are poor or nonexistent, particularly at companies which pay as “independent operators” or 1099 drivers.

Packaged Ice Advantage:

Do what you can to include drivers in your benefits package. Even if you offer insurance with a “buy in” it will almost certainly be cheaper and better than what they could get independently. Tout your 401K or


YES: BUT YOU HAVE AN ADVANTAGE

other plan, and any other benefits you offer.

Problem: Perceived lack of respect for drivers.

Packaged Ice Advantage: Make sure your drivers are treated as a critical part of the team, the face of the company to the retailer. Most of you already have uniforms, many have helpers ride with the driver. Have driver recognition boards, lunches, events. Ask an office staff to make that

part of his or her job. Make sure the drivers know you are paying attention to them and valuing them.

more than an OTR driver would make if your working conditions and home time are better.

Problem: DOT

from home

mandated limits on driver hours limit pay potential.

Packaged Ice Advantage: You should

have this one beat. You can pay for every hour on duty, you can guarantee a limited workday (14 hours if you keep within a 150 mile radius). You may not need to pay

Problem: Time away Packaged Ice Advantage: Here’s

one you have a definite advantage with. Home every day and weekend, guaranteed. Sure, you may need drivers on the weekend but you can work that out with those who are willing. Find some OTR drivers who

really need to make those school plays and softball games. They’re out there. Now in closing, packaged ice has a definite problem that many other industries which need CDL drivers don’t have: seasonality. In most markets, this is a seasonal job. Normal driver attrition may take care of this, but it is a fact of life. REFRIGERATION would love to hear from you about ways you are handling seasonality, as well as how you’re retaining drivers. RM REFRIGERATION Magazine │ June 2021 5


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CONVENIENCE STORE NEWS

7-Eleven Day

Cancelled Again

Due to COVID-19 Pandemic

7-Eleven Inc., based in Irving, Tx., will not mark 7-Eleven Day on July 11 for the second year in a row due to uncertainties associated with the recent coronavirus crisis. However, the convenience store retailer will still celebrate its birthday by giving 1 million meals to Feeding America, a domestic hunger-relief organization. “At 7-Eleven, our top priority is the safety of customers, franchisees and employees,” said 7-Eleven Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Marissa Jarratt. “Gathering 9 million of our closest friends in stores on one day just didn’t feel right, but I am heartened that we now have the opportunity to help the communities and neighborhoods that have been the lifeline of our business since 1927.” Feeding America has worked with multiple c-store chains to make sure children and their families have enough to eat during the COVID-19 pandemic. “The Feeding America network of food banks has been on the ground addressing the increased need in their communities,” said Lauren Biedron, vice president of corporate partnerships at Feeding America. “We are thankful for 7-Eleven’s generous donation during this challenging time for many of our neighbors in need.” 7-Eleven will still give away free Slurpees this summer despite the lack of birthday celebrations. On July 1, all members of the 7Rewards loyalty program will receive a coupon for one free medium Slurpee via the mobile app. It is redeemable during the month, allowing customers to enjoy a treat when it is convenient for them while still practicing physical distancing in stores.

7-Eleven will celebrate its 94th birthday by donating 1 million meals to Feeding America

“For nearly two decades, July 11 has been the busiest day of the year for 7–Eleven stores as millions of customers visit us to kick off summer with their favorite frozen drink,” Jarratt said. “But this year, we have to make changes for the greater good. I hope you’ll join us for the in-person party next year.” Irving-based 7-Eleven operates, franchises and/or licenses more than 70,000 stores in 17 countries, including 11,800 in North America. RM

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FUEL SHORTAGE

North Carolina Gas Station Sues Colonial Pipeline for Fuel Shortage A

North Carolina gas station filed a proposed class action lawsuit against the Colonial Pipeline on June 21. EZ Mart, located off Castle Hayne Road in Wilmington, seeks to represent more than 11,000 gas stations that were negatively affected by the pipeline’s six-day shutdown in May following a cyberattack.

Attorneys claim that Colonial failed to heed warnings and properly safeguard its systems against a ransomware attack, reported The State. The proposed class action was brought by the Rhine Law Firm in Wilmington as well as attorneys with Morgan & Morgan, Wallace & Graham PA and Hall & Green Law. “Because of the six-day shutdown, owners of gas stations ran out of gasoline to sell to their customers and suffered a loss of revenue,” attorneys stated. Fuel shortages lingered for days following the May 12 restart of the pipeline, as Convenience Store News reported. EZ Mart is a two-pump gas station with a convenience mart that is owned and operated by Abeer Darwich and Ahmad “Eddie” Darwich. They reportedly only learned about the shutdown on May 10, three days after Colonial announced the cyberattack and its need to take some systems offline. According to the owners, EZ Mart ran out of fuel on May 12 and was unable to fill up its fuel pumps until May 21. Sales at the convenience store during this time dropped

“Because of the six-day shutdown, owners of gas stations ran out of gasoline to sell to their customers and suffered a loss of revenue.” attorneys representing lawsuit “precipitously” despite the influx of drivers passing through as the region prepared for tourist season. According to attorneys for the proposed class, the cyberattack was “entirely avoidable.” They also stated that Colonial should have already had basic protections in place, but it instead ignored multiple attempts by the Transportation Security Administration to conduct security assessments. “The danger of an attack on pipeline facilities was discussed as a national security risk as early as 2000 and the risk of a cyber-attack on pipelines, like this ransomware attack, was discussed in congressional testimony as early as 2011 and 2012,” said

attorney John Green in a news release. The lawsuit makes claims for negligence and seeks a judge’s order finding that Colonial’s cybersecurity measures were inadequate and should be corrected to prevent future attacks, according to the report. A Colonial representative told McClatchy News that it is aware of the lawsuit but declined to comment further. “While we cannot comment on pending litigation, Colonial Pipeline worked around the clock to safely restart our pipeline system following the cyberattack against our company,” the spokesperson said. RM

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About the Only Way to Stop a Polar Temp

When your ice merchandisers become your ice problem, it’s time you try Polar Temp. Refrigeration

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Polar Temp checks all the boxes. Built stronger than the others, they are checked and re-checked before leaving our factory to give you years and years of trouble-free service. Quality and longevity are engineered into each merchandiser. For more information on our full line of Ice Merchandisers please call the factory sales office nearest you.

www.PolarTemp.com GA: 800.554.4852 | CA: 866.746.0437 | CO: 877.376.0367 | NC: 866.827.3232 | TN: 877.984.5945 | TX: 866.598.4206 REFRIGERATION Magazine │ June 2021 9


GUEST STORY

Shiny as a new

PENNY

By: Mike Landino

DO

you remember that day as a child, walking down the street in your neighborhood, without a care in the world and suddenly without knowing why, you looked down, and there it was; an old fivedollar bill laying in the gutter. We were kids and it seemed we all had experienced something like that, when you picked it up, dried it off, looked around, hoping no one was going to claim it as theirs, and then carefully put it in your pocket. When you got home, you gently wiped it clean with a damp sponge to remove the gutter smell, and then smoothed it out until it looked brand new. It may have been old, and it may had been dirty, but it was still worth five dollars.

The American Ice Equipment Exchange has been proudly and honorably serving the packaged ice industry in the selling and buying of used ice equipment for over thirty years. If you are looking to sell or wanting to see what your equipment may be worth, please call of email.

American Ice Equipment Exchange 719-650-0127 Mlandinoiceman@gmail.com

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Though it may have been used, and maybe even been dirty when you found it, a good piece of used ice equipment, just like a cast away dog at the humane society, or an old five-dollar bill found in the street, only needs to be re-homed, to bring happiness to its new owner. I have sold many pieces of new and used ice equipment to those who have owned and operated packaged ice plants for most of their adult lives. I have also helped advise and sell new and used machines to those that are brand new in the industry. Whether a seasoned veteran of many summers, or a hopeful rookie, the acquisition for new equipment is not always possible. Though the

need may be great, the decision is, as always, is dictated by the almighty dollar. Finding good used equipment can be made so much easier if you know the person who owns it or obtain the advice and consultation of someone that cares more about your success than making a sell. There are many reasons used ice equipment becomes available. A volumetric bagger may be on the market because the ice plant had two of them and automated to a form, fill, and seal bagging machine. A Vogt mini-tube ice maker may be for sale because the owners decided to go with mid-tube ice. Sometimes ice men just decide to retire and list their equipment with someone dependable. Whatever the reason, remember this: Winter is the best time to buy used equipment in the packaged ice industry. On the other hand, have you ever found money in a jacket you had not thought about since last winter, or maybe come across a refund check you received but forgot about? Ahh…. Never was there a better feeling knowing you had more money that you thought. And it was just sitting there, waiting to be cashed. Kind of like a piece of used equipment. Same rules apply: Winter is the best time to sell used equipment in the packaged ice industry. RM


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CONVENTIONS

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MARKETING

The RouteMan Spotlight E D I T I O N

ROLLING THE DICE WITH YOUR BUSINESS?

MANY COMPUTERS ARE STILL OPERATING ON WINDOWS 7... MICROSOFT RETIRED WINDOWS 7 BACK IN JANUARY OF 2020!

THAT MEANS IF YOU STILL HAVE WINDOWS 7, YOU ARE MORE VULNERABLE TO SECURITY RISKS, TIME TO MAKE A CHANGE. CONTACT YOUR LOCAL IT RESOURCE!

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How to Get the Most Out of Your Xpress Ordering App For the past 8 months, KCS has been promoting and encouraging our clients to purchase the RouteMan Xpress ordering app or their own customized version that we refer to as Branded. While several of our companies have decided to purchase the app, one in particular has really embraced it and begun to let it change the way they do business. Rosedale Ice has been ramping up their use of the Rosedale Ice app over the winter months, and to date they’ve taken over 750 orders through Xpress. In the interest of helping others, we recently reached out to their staff for tips about promoting the service to their customers. Mike Bullock (COO) mentioned doing a big push with cards that had the QR code for their app printed on them. By handing this to their customers, they can easily find and download a free copy of the app to any smart device.

automated phone prompts to try to steer more customers to make the move.

“We’ve tried many different ideas to get our customers to transition to the app,” says Ricky Fitzhugh, the President. “The main thing is that you just keep telling your customers that this is how we take our orders now. For all new customers, we just tell them this is how we do business.”

One of their largest customers is a chain with over 200 store locations. After doing a pilot program to test the process, their management is now moving to implement ordering through the app for all their locations. If you would like to explore these ideas further, search for Xpress on the Apple Android RouteMan Help Videos site. We have a When starting to promote the app, video there that describes even more tips Rosedale sent out an email blast letting and ideas to advertise Xpress so that you their customers know it was available. can reduce your call volume and help They’ve had sales people promoting it you serve your customers in an even ever since. They’ve even changed their more responsive way. Keet Consulting Services, LLC | www.kcsgis.com | office: 205-620-9843

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Battery Optimization

Company Focus: In the fall of 2020, we had just finalized the agreement for Gulf Coast Water & Ice to join the RouteMan family when Jeff booked his trip. The same week he was scheduled to train them onsite, their area was suddenly devastated by Hurricane Laura. Located in Sulphur, LA and serving businesses across Louisiana and Texas, Gulf Coast Water & Ice is a local distributor of bottled drinking water, packaged ice, Igloo Coolers, and other related products. Unfortunately their area was hit very, very hard. The Gulf Coast team were affected individually and collectively, but with a great attitude they responded quickly to be there for their community as it recovered. As Jeff left their offices after their delayed training in October, here came

NORMALLY WE THINK OF OPTIMIZING AS A GOOD THING. WE CERTAINLY WANT YOU TO OPTIMIZE YOUR ROUTES. BUT WHEN IT COMES TO ROUTEMOBILE? JUST DON’T DO IT!

Hurricane Delta, another category 5. Fortunately it didn’t hit them as hard, but it’s been a tough year. We recently asked Dewitt Poole, one of the owners and their fearless leader, why they chose to work with RouteMan. He said, “After speaking with other ice companies and researching the available programs, RouteMan was definitely our top choice in our evaluation.” Now that they have been using RouteMan for the winter season, he says, “the delivery guys have responded very well to this system and the ease of use for invoicing and reports really brings us to the next level.”

Meet the Team: Suzanne Watson, the First to Answer Hi, I am Suzanne and I am the receptionist at KCS. If you call our office, I might be the first one you talk to that day.

I joined the team in June of 2018. My background has been in teaching. I taught for around 20 years. I am not originally from Birmingham and have only lived here for about 9 years. I grew up in Mississippi, but have lived in Tennessee and Florida. I am married and have two daughters. I love animals and especially my dog Presley. I have loved being a part of the RouteMan team. They are like family around here. I have enjoyed getting to know all of you from your phone calls. If I haven’t spoken to you yet, I hope to soon.

THE

ROUTEMAN

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Rates are $1.00 per word, with a minimum charge. Any blind ads, with an assigned box number c/o publisher, add $10.00. Deadline for upcoming issue is the 1st of the previous month.

KEITH Manufacturing Co., keithwalkingfloor.com................................................... 13 Matthiesen, matthiesenequipment.com................................................................... 6 Modern Ice, modernice.com.................................................................................... 11 Polar Temp, polartemp.com....................................................................................... 9 Sanchez Refrigeration, patkol.com ......................................................................... 14

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