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Millions March For Climate Change Action; Several More Planned…the Kids Aren’t Giving Up. DOT Increased Fines As It Relates To Fleet Safety Michigan Becomes First State to Prohibit Sales of E-Flavored Cigarettes
… AND MUCH MORE!
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SAFETY The DOT has just increased fines and penalties
CONVENIENCE STORE NEWS Michigan Becomes First State to Prohibit Sales of Flavored E-Cigarettes
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Time to go through your DOT compliance checklist
THE ENVIRONMENT Youth Climate Strike NEWS AND PICTURES
CONVENTIONS IPIA convention
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Responding For Today is OK in Summer… But Off Season, You Can Plan Long Term One of my sons got injured. A pressurized line blew steam in his face and he received second degree burns, requiring a trip to the emergency room and follow-up with a burn specialist. It is healing well, but requires care including constant dressing with prescription ointment, and avoiding sun exposure. The sun part included buying lots of SPF 50 sunblock, a wide brimmed farmer style hat, and a couple of light balaclava face covers, like you see on saltwater fishermen or sailors. Heading into the winter months, it will hopefully be easy enough to avoid sun exposure for six months. If we were heading into summer I’d be worried. Any sunburn on this regenerating skin will possibly cause discoloration. On his face. His moneymaker. As a parent, it’s pretty easy to pay attention to his recovery, and to stay conscious that any reinjury will possibly cause long term damage. I started to think, though, about how diligent I would be if one of my employees were injured and needed long term recovery before being able to go 100%. This only gets more complicated as your company grows – people may fail to report, or return to work too soon as they start missing hours. With enough people on staff, you could miss a lifting injury in your packaging room, with a truck loader or a driver. As we head into off season, I encourage you to put on your growing to-do list an item to review your injury and recovery procedures. You pay your workmen’s’ compensation bills, not me, so you should have full insight into claims made and progress on them. If you have an injured worker who is advised to refrain from lifting for some period – say six weeks – do you have a system in place to make sure that he or she adheres to the plan? Are your supervisors pressured to perform, so much that they might tell the worker, “It’s been two weeks, you should be fine. Go ahead and work the pallet jack today.” That decision could end up costing you plenty in the long run.
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I’m walking a thin line here by mentioning workers’ comp, because it’s a matter of state law. What works in Florida may not apply in Virginia or New York or California. My point is that regardless of your state, it’s in your long term best interest to make sure that issues in your plant receive attention not only today, but down the road as the plans unfold. Just as a sunburn next March could injure my son long term, a reinjury in six months because your worker returned to the job too soon could cost you long term. Although I was thinking in terms of injuries, I’m really talking about all areas of your plant, your process, your management. Now is the time you make plans for next season and implement changes, but make sure that it’s not just about the now but about the long term. Those of you who undergo PIQCS audit don’t just work to prepare for the audit, you keep your plant running with proper procedures all day every day. You make sure all your workers, from the office to the packaging and delivery crew, are aware of expectations and prepared at any time to demonstrate that they are meeting them. Don’t make the mistake that a trip to the ER is the end of it. You may treat a worker injury, change a process, correct a problem, or satisfy an unhappy customer today, but if you don’t follow the long term treatment plan, it could cause lasting damage. Here’s to your off season and great plans for the Winter and Spring!
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by Steve Vogel, Vogel Safety Inc.
The DOT has just increased fines and penalties THE DOT HAS ADJUSTED PENALTIES AND FINES RELATIVE TO VIOLATIONS OF THE FMCSR
ased on requirements stated in the Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment Act of 2015, the DOT has recently adjusted fines and penalties accordingly, based solely on inflation. Relatively speaking, the fines did not increase substantially, however, any amount of fine comes right from your profit margin. For a company to obtain success, there is a lot of hard work involved, and in some cases many years of hard work, just to make a small profit margin. Of course, some companies make more profit than others, and yet, some industries are able to make even higher profit margins than other industries. With so many variables involved in the trucking business, it is not easy to make even a 6% profit margin while a manufacturer, for example, who has a fleet of trucks may be able to achieve a much higher margin. Regardless of the amount of profits, it seems ridiculous to give it away in fines due to being in violation with safety regulations. We all work too hard for that.
In my 28 yearsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; experience in fleet safety and DOT compliance, assisting over 5,000 motor carriers in various industries, I have seen many companies achieve a 4-to-1 return on investment (ROI) once they have also achieved nearly 100% compliance with the federal safety regulations (FMCSR). Additionally, there were a handful of other clients who let me talk them onto enhancing their safety policies to supersede the DOT regulations, and in doing so were able to see a 10-to-1 ROI. While I, nor any other safety consultant can guarantee these types of profit increases, safety done right should save your company money. The list of items on the following page are recommendations to begin the potential increase in profits through increasing safety efforts within the transportation operation of your business.
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THESE ITEMS ARE SOME OF THE BARE MINIMUM EXPECTATIONS OF THE DOT: Learn the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations: FMCSR, Part 390.3(e)(1) “Every employer shall be knowledgeable of and comply with all regulations. Ensure your drivers understand the regulations: FMCSR, Part 390.3(e)(2) - “Every driver and employee involved in motor carrier operations shall be instructed regarding and shall comply with all regulations. Implement a system to ensure vehicles meet requirements: FMCSR, Part 396.3(a) - “Every motor carrier and intermodal equipment provider must “Systematically” inspect, repair, and maintain all motor vehicles. Ensure that drivers are qualified: FMCSR, Part 391.11(b) - Refer to the list of 8 criteria Monitor expiration dates of documents required to be in the “Driver Qualification” file; such as license, medical exam, annual review, MVR, HazMat training, etc. Monitor expiration dates (or mileage) regarding vehicle PM, annual inspections, etc. Implement a system to ensure your company updates or renews all required registrations; such as MCS-150, MCS90, UCR, HazMat, Safety Permit, etc. Make sure your company has properly documented all required activities, driver qualification, training, inspections, maintenance, etc., and that the record retention requirements are met.
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The table below indicates particular violations and the associated fines. This table is only a glimpse of the many different violations and fines potentially assessed to the millions of motor carriers currently in operation. To avoid paying such fines or potentially being shut down for being “Unfit” or having been assigned an “Unsatisfactory” Safety Rating, contact Vogel Safety Inc, a transportation safety consulting firm, for assistance in meeting compliance with the FMCSA/DOT Safety Regulations. You can be one of the thousands of motor carriers who have benefited from our expert services and advice. It’s the right thing to do...It’s the profitable thing to do. Let us help to potentially decrease fines, reduce accidents, reduce injuries, and increase your ROI.
Record-keeping: Maximum penalty per day
Record-keeping: Maximum total penalty
Knowing falsification of records
Non-Record-keeping violation by motor carrier
Non-Record-keeping violations by driver
Alcohol prohibition violations
Commercial driver’s license violations
Penalty pertaining to OOS violation
Knowingly allowing or authorizing employee violations (min)
Knowingly allowing or authorizing employee violations (max)
Railroad crossing violations
Hazardous Materials (max)
Hazardous Materials (death, serious injury, property destruction)
Operating after declared unfit - Unsatisfactory (generally)
Operating after declared unfit - Unsatisfactory (Hazmat)
Violations of commercial regulations
Loading and unloading violations
…it seems ridiculous to give it away in fines due to being in violation with safety regulations.
Michigan Becomes First State to Prohibit Sales of Flavored E-Cigarettes Gov. Gretchen Whitmer took several steps on in early September, to remove flavored nicotine vaping products from backbars across Michigan. On Sept. 4, Whitmer ordered the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services to issue emergency rules to ban the sale of flavored nicotine vaping products in retail stores and online, and ban misleading marketing of vaping products, including the use of terms like “clean,” “safe” and “healthy” that perpetuate beliefs that these products are harmless, according to the governor’s office. The governor also ordered the Michigan Department of Transportation to enforce an existing statute to prohibit the advertising of vapor products on billboards. Her directives came after the state’s chief medical examiner, Joneigh Khaldun, made a finding that youth vaping constitutes a public health emergency. “As governor, my No. 1 priority is keeping our kids safe,” Whitmer said. “And right now, companies selling vaping products are using candy flavors to hook children on nicotine and misleading claims to promote the belief that these products are safe. That ends today. Our kids deserve leaders who are going to fight to protect them. These bold steps will finally put an end to these irresponsible and deceptive practices and protect Michiganders’ public health.” Three months ago, Whitmer signed Senate Bills 106 and 155, which clarify that it is illegal to sell electronic cigarettes and other non-traditional nicotine products to minors. At the time, she criticized the legislation for not going far enough to protect Michigan’s minors from nicotine addiction, calling the marketing, packaging, and taste of e-cigarettes a “bait-and-switch” engineered to “create new nicotine addicts.” REFRIGERATION Magazine │ October 2019 9
DOT COMPLIANCE CHECKLIST Time to go through your
By Allen Campbell
Making sure that all the points in the DOT compliance checklist are covered is part of running a trucking company. Also, if your business conducts state-to-state commerce, then it’s important to remember that the government requires you to comply with both the CDL and drug and alcohol checklists. Here’s a look at the major portions of each.
CDL List ou must have a copy of the current Federal Motor Y Carriers Safety Administration (FMCSA) rules in your office or place of business. In addition, each of your drivers must receive a copy of the rules, and sign both a receipt and agreement to comply with the regulations. You must make sure that all of your drivers familiarize themselves with parts 40, 380, 382, 383, 387, 390-397, and part 399, subchapter B, chapter three, title 49 of the federal regulations code.
Y ou must document each driver’s hours of service. CDL drivers may not need to complete a log grid if they never drive further than 100 miles from the terminal, but the company must keep records of their hours. ou must create a regular vehicle maintenance Y program and make sure that it’s followed. I n case of an accident involving one of your company vehicles, you must keep thorough records of the incident in a register.
You must complete both pre- and post-trip inspections of all your vehicles and document that you have done so in writing.
You must ensure that all of your vehicles are marked with their respective DOT numbers.
You must keep up-to-date qualification records and safety performance histories for each of your drivers.
You must comply with commercial motor vehicle (CMV) entry-level driver training requirements.
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DOT FMCSA Drug and Alcohol Compliance Checklist It’s important to make sure you’re following this DOT compliance checklist, as the DOT has stepped up enforcement of its rules regarding drug and alcohol abuse, including roadside checks. Serious civil and criminal penalties may be applied to you or to any of your drivers who violate these rules. For this reason, make sure that you’ve covered all the following bases: nsure that all your drivers have copies of the DOT E policies. K eep the results of pre-employment drug tests for all your drivers on file. M ake sure that drivers are not allowed to perform safety-sensitive tasks, including delivering loads, until and unless their drug tests have been returned and are confirmed to be negative. C heck with your driver’s former employers as to whether the driver had any drug or alcohol problems while employed, and keeping records of the findings on file in your office. P ut all of your drivers in a random drug/alcohol testing pool. Remember, this pool must be separate from any pool you maintain for non-driver employees. C onduct random drug testing of at least 50% of your drivers each year. R andomly check at least 10% of your drivers for alcohol abuse each year. M ake sure that these checks occur immediately after the drivers are notified that the tests will take place. H ave all supervisors complete the training program required by the DOT. I mmediately remove any driver in violation of DOT regulations from safety-sensitive duties. R efer those drivers to approved substance abuse programs. E nsure that all required records relating to drug and alcohol regulations are on file and can be retrieved at any time. T here is a lot more to remember, but this will get you started. For more questions, there are route system management companies you can reach out to, as well as other trucking company software companies. The main point is drive safe, be aware, and be up to date. REFRIGERATION Magazine │ October 2019 11
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Youth Climate Strike
NEWS AND PICTURES
September 20th marked the Youth Climate Strike across America and other parts of the globe. We have a few photos of this epic protest, spear-headed by 16-year-old Swedish high school student, Greta Thunberg, who led the New York strike. She has become the face of the fast-growing youth movement which has taken hold in more than 200 nations. Her message to world leaders is blunt and to the point: Listen to the science. Kathleen Rogers, president of Earth Day Network, which bills itself as the “world’s largest recruiter to the environmental movement,” remains optimistic that the youth activists will ultimately prevail. One of the hallmarks of social movements that succeed and change history, she says, is that they are intensely personal to those leading them.
Pictures Clockwise: 1. Youth climate strike in New Zealand 2. Youth climate strike in New York 3. G irl holds poster during Youth climate strike in New York 4. G lobal climate strike REFRIGERATION Magazine │ October 2019 13
Welcome To The 2019 International Packaged Ice Association Convention r's N ot
Refrigeration Magazine is happy to bring you latest and some the most highlighted reasons to IPIA 102e ND CONVENTION AND TRADE SHOW the NOVEMBER 4-7,of2019 to attend this gathering of ice manufacturers and the suppliers who support our industry.
The next several pages are devoted to this upcoming annual meeting. Make your plans now. There are always beneficial HOST takeawaysHOTEL in attending, and friends, (many of them lifelong) to be made. SAWGRASS MARRIOTT GOLF RESORT & SPA
Discover the ultimate getaway at Sawgrass Marriott Golf Resort & Spa. Genuinely warm hospitality, a casual ambience and pleasant weather yearround await us at this beautiful 65-acre resort in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL. Accommodations at the resort range from newly refreshed guest rooms, to premium service rooms/suites and spacious Villas with kitchenettes and patios. The Villas are located in two-story buildings clustered around scenic lagoons adjacent to the main hotel. A spa, four pools and a variety of indoor and outdoor dining options will offer IPIA guests choices for relaxing, indulging and mingling. Enjoy privileged access to iconic golf at the adjacent TPC® Sawgrass and to the recently renovated private Cabana Beach Club with dining overlooking the Atlantic ocean (via a quick, complimentary shuttle ride).
NORTHEAST FLORIDA DESTINATION LOCATION – Ponte Vedra Beach is located 18 miles Southeast of the downtown Jacksonville area and 26 miles North of St. Augustine, Florida. This area is synonymous with golf and many other exciting activities for you to enjoy. Don’t forget that the word “beach” is part of this destination’s name! GOLF – The PGA Tour and The Players Championship are played at TPC Sawgrass, home of the famous 17th-hole island green. SHOPPING – This area also features unique shopping experiences ranging from the quaint and cozy Sawgrass Village shops next to the hotel to the St. Augustine Premium Outlets located a short 40-45 minutes from the hotel. DINING – The dining opportunities in the Ponte Vedra Beach range widely from local fish shacks with relaxed atmospheres to award-winning restaurants with spectacular water views. NATURAL FLORIDA EXPERIENCE – Enjoy the native area with miles of fresh-water streams, creeks, lagoons and of course Sawgrass that make up one of the most beautiful areas in Florida. 14 REFRIGERATION Magazine │October 2019
IPIA 102ND CONVENTION AND TRADE SHOW
NOVEMBER 4-7, 2019
IPIA 102ND CONVENTION AGENDA
AGENDA SUBJECT TO CHANGE
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2019 (Early Arrival Day) 8:30 am 10:30 am 12:00 pm 1:30 pm 6:30 pm
12:00 pm 6:00 pm 10:00 pm 4:30 pm 10:00 pm
Executive Committee Meeting Registration/Hospitality Desk Supplier Optional Exhibit Set-Up (restricted to suppliers only) Board of Directors/Committee Meeting Board of Directors/Committee Dinner (meet in lobby) or Dinner on your own
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2019 7:30 am 7:30 am 7:30 am 9:00 am 2:00 pm 2:15 pm 3:40 pm 4:00 pm 5:15 pm 6:00 pm
1:30 pm 4:30 pm 8:00 pm 1:30 pm 3:00 pm 3:30 pm 4:00 pm 5:00 pm 5:45 pm 8:30 pm
15th Annual Mel Eads Memorial Golf Tournament** – Meet in lobby for bus (8:30am shotgun) Supplier Exhibit Set-Up (Restricted to Suppliers only) Registration/Hospitality Desk Optional Tour – St. Augustine** Annual Business Meeting Refreshments & Snacks Annual Business Meeting – PIQCS Awards – Public Affairs Welcome & Gold Sponsor Presentations Keynote Speaker – Andy Masters, CSP – Leadership Lessons from Hollywood First Timers – Applicants Reception Exhibit Hall Grand Opening & Reception (Exhibitor raffle drawings)
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2019 7:00 am 7:30 am 8:00 am 8:00 am 8:00 am 9:30 am 10:45 am 11:00 am 12:00 pm 3:00 pm 2:45 pm 4:15 pm 7:00 pm
7:45 am 4:30 pm 9:30 am 11:00 am 9:15 am 2:30 pm 11:00 am 12:00 pm 3:00 pm 4:15 pm 3:45 pm 5:00 pm 10:00 pm
Roger Breisch Memorial Fun-Run Walk Registration/Hospitality Desk Breakfast in the Exhibit Hall Exhibit Hall Open (Exhibitor raffle drawings) Canadian Association of Ice Industries Breakfast meeting Ladies/Spouse Shopping Trip Coffee Break Focus Session – Jeff Davis – Fleet Safety & DOT Compliance Exhibit hall Lunch (12:00 pm -1:30 pm) and Exhibit Hall open (Exhibitor raffle drawings) PIQCS/FSMA Update Refreshment Break Focus Session – John Sullivan – Succession Planning & Business Valuation Chairman’s Party – ‘Be Cool by the Pool’ Sawgrass Bash
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2019 7:00 am 7:30 am 7:45 am 8:00 am 8:00 am 8:00 am 9:45 am 10:30 am 10:30 am 11:00 am 12:30 pm 3:30 pm 5:30 pm
7:45 am 1:00 pm 8:00 am 9:15 am 9 :30 am 10:30 am 10:00 am 11:00 am 4:00 pm 12:00 pm
- 4:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Roger Breisch Memorial Fun-Run Walk Registration/Hospitality Desk Supplier Meeting Past Chairman Breakfast Breakfast served in Exhibit Hall Exhibit Hall Open (Exhibitor raffle drawings) Coffee Break Marketing Panel: ‘Ice is Food’ Exhibit Hall teardown (optional) - Day 1 Plant Operations Panel/Discussion Buses depart for Reddy Ice Plant Tour & Lunch Buses return back to hotel after Ice Plant Tour Final Goodbye Cocktail Reception - Passing of the Gavel & Awards
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2019 7:00 am - 10:00 am Exhibit Hall Teardown (optional) - Day 2 **Additional fees apply
FOR MORE INFORMATION GO TO: WWW.PACKAGEDICE.COM
IPIA 102ND CONVENTION AND TRADE SHOW
NOVEMBER 4-7, 2019
FOCUS SESSION SPEAKERS PUBLIC AFFAIRS – 2019 UPDATES
ANDY MASTERS “LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM HOLLYWOOD” MONDAY – NOVEMBER 4, 2019 4:00pm – 5:00pm Andy Masters, MA, CSP is an awardwinning author and international speaker who has presented 1,000+ programs to over 100,000+ attendees on a variety of Leadership and Sales/ Service topics. Andy has earned the prestigious CSP award of the National Speakers Association (NSA), the highest international recognition for professional speakers, achieved by less than 10% of the 5,000+ speakers worldwide. In his presentation, Andy Masters creatively uses the magical imagery of Hollywood to help leaders DEVELOP and EMPOWER their organizations – while defeating the succession planning crisis--in this challenging era of having to “Do More With Less”. You will be entertained and inspired with not only an interactive multi-media experience, but also with immediate “take-home” action items to help empower millennials and future leaders in today’s new economy. This unique program includes the latest research from Harvard Business Review, Deloitte, and Glassdoor to provoke REAL organizational change from every attendee. These powerful leadership principles are based on Andy’s book Things LEADERS Say: A Daily Guide to Help Every Leader Empower & Inspire.
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Chris Lamond, Thorn Run Partners MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2019 – 2:15pm (during Annual Business Meeting) Our long-time public affairs consultant, Chris Lamond will be joining us to share the Public Affairs committee successes and updates for the future.
SUCCESSION PLANNING & BUSINESS VALUATION
John Sullivan, LPL, JLS Wealth Management TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2019 – 4:15pm – 5:00pm
John is one of our favorite return speakers and will be coming back to join us in Ponte Vedra Beach! John will be presenting on the key components of succession planning and business valuation. As business owners plan for succession, understanding the business valuation process can be a vital component in the transition.
FLEET SAFETY & DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION COMPLIANCE
Jeffrey Davis, C.D. S., Fleet Safety Services TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2019 – 11:00am – 12:00pm
Jeff Davis is the principal of Fleet Safety Services, LLC, and with over 25 years of motor carrier safety and compliance experience, is a certified director of safety. His company, Fleet Safety Services, LLC is a premiere motor carrier safety management company specializing in the implementation of electronic logs, safety regulation compliance, CSA management, and FMCSA safety rating negotiation since 2003. Jeff will present and interact with attendees on the latest DOT compliance requirements and all aspects of fleet safety. This has been a highly requested session topic, so don’t miss this opportunity.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2019 – 3:00pm-4:15pm Chris Dunn & the PIQCS Committee will be reviewing the latest updates on the implementation of the Food Safety Modernization Act and its impact on the Ice Industry and PIQCS.
PANEL SESSIONS MARKETING PANEL
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2019 – 10:30am – 11:00am Join your Marketing Committee for the latest on IPIA Marketing Activities and Results. This interactive discussion will focus on continuing to spread the IPIA “Ice is Food’ message and the how, what and where of accomplishing.
PLANT OPERATIONS PANEL/DISCUSSIONS
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2019 – 11:00am – 12:00pm Don’t miss this opportunity to participate with the Plant Operations Committee in discussing important topics starting with ‘plastic packaging sustainability’.
FOR MORE INFORMATION GO TO: WWW.PACKAGEDICE.COM
IPIA 102ND CONVENTION AND TRADE SHOW
NOVEMBER 4-7, 2019
ICE PLANT TOUR & LUNCH
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2019 – 12:30pm – 4:00pm
REDDY ICE COMPANY
5849 Commonwealth Avenue Jacksonville, Florida Type of Ice Makers: (3 – Vogt P34, 1 – Vogt Excel, 1 – Morris) Tonnage: Rated at 230 tons per day Vault capacity: 400 pallets Age of facility: Built in 2006 – 25K Sq. Ft on 7 Acres
Other features: Water treated with Reverse Osmosis and UV 80 Ton Keith Walking Floor bin (1) Pasco Robot Palletizer (1) – Evolution Cabinet Model Palletizer
HOST HOTEL INFORMATION SAWGRASS MARRIOTT GOLF RESORT This hotel is the PERFECT location for our 102nd Annual Convention & Trade Show. It has a casual ambiance and delivers the Marriott high level of service in a stunning 65-acre resort setting that is only 34 miles from Jacksonville International Airport (JAX). It is also right next door to the famed TPC Sawgrass golf club.
SLEEPING ROOM LOCATIONS AND TYPES The IPIA room block consists of a combination of King and Double/Double rooms in the main hotel and the villa area including a limited amount of suites. The villas are located in (2) story buildings clustered around scenic lagoons adjacent to the main hotel with their own self-parking. The main hotel sleeping rooms feature gorgeous vistas, luxurious King or Double/Double bedding, work desks, modern guest bathrooms, mini-fridges and coffee makers.
The villa rooms feature luxurious Double/Double bedding (no kings), spacious bathrooms, amenities and come with your personal patio or balcony to enjoy the beautiful natural Florida outside.
Modern rooms, suites and family-friendly villas. Access to privileges at the TPC Sawgrass course The Sawgrass Spa featuring (18) different treatment rooms
The limited number of villa suites at additional cost feature king bedrooms, spacious bathroom, living room, kitchenette and the extended personal patio or balcony.
Sawgrass Lagoon pool and family pool as well as Cabana
If you have a Room location (main hotel or villa) AND/OR a Room type (King vs. Double/Double ) request, please add it to the ‘additional requests’ section of the online registration or by mentioning it to the phone agent.
IPIA SPECIAL RATE – $220 plus $15 nightly resort fee and 10.5% tax.
and a private spa pool & fitness center. Beach Club Pool
Complimentary shuttle ride and privileges at Cabana
Beach Club on Ponte Vedra Beach.
(7) Restaurants & Lounges featuring a wide variety of
cuisine and venues
RESORT FEE We have negotiated a discounted resort fee of $15 per room per night (normally $25) plus 10.5% tax. This resort fee covers the following amenities: Enhanced high-speed internet access and faxes Self-parking Unlimited local and US domestic long distance calls Two (2) bottles of water in-room daily Choice of two (2) drinks per stay: domestic beer, house wine, or a resort specialty cocktail Spa, Cabana Beach Club fitness classes and Miniature golf Private access to the Cabana Beach Club
NOTE: This is a request and not a guarantee, as it is based upon availability. HOTEL RESERVATION LINK – Please go to www.packagedice.com and under the Convention 2019 section and you will see the icon/link for hotel sleeping room reservations. RESERVATIONS BY PHONE – We recommend using the online link but if you prefer to call, dial 1-800-457-4653 and mention the International Packaged Ice Association. SLEEPING ROOM GUARANTEE – A credit card guarantee will be required to hold your reservation. Any cancellations made within 72 hours of arrival day will forfeit (1) nights room & tax.
FOR MORE INFORMATION GO TO: WWW.PACKAGEDICE.COM
IPIA 102ND CONVENTION AND TRADE SHOW
NOVEMBER 4-7, 2019
WHAT IS INCLUDED IN YOUR REGISTRATION EARLY BIRD
(9/7/19 – 10/11/19)
(10/12/19 - Convention)
$650 $880 $395 $475
$700 $935 $450 $525
$750 $995 $495 $550
Full Registration member Full Registration non-member Exhibit Hall Pass member Exhibit Hall Pass non-member Spouse Package (must be accompanied with full registration)
EXHIBIT HALL PASS
FULL REGISTRATION INCLUDES:
(only available when accompanied by full registration from same company)
Access to all Convention & Trade Show
Access to all events in the Afternoon and Evening events in the Exhibit events, except for golf and St. Augustine tour Exhibit Hall: (2) Breakfasts, Hall (does not include breakfast or access in the Welcome Reception, Exhibit Hall AM) (2) Breakfasts, Welcome Reception, Exhibit Hall lunch, and Ice Plant tour and lunch, Chairman’s Party, Ice Plant tour/lunch and Welcome Reception, Chairman’s Party, Ice lunch. Final Goodbye Cocktail Reception. Plant tour/lunch and Final Goodbye Cocktail Reception. Access to all Education sessions and events in the Supplier must first have (1) full registration from company. Exhibit Hall. Ladies/Spouse Shopping Trip (offsite). Ladies/Spouse Shopping Trip (offsite).
Suppliers must be an IPIA member and have an Exhibit booth in order to attend. The registration fees listed above are in addition to the Exhibit Hall booth fee.
REGISTRATION POLICIES ATTENDEE BADGES – All paid registration
categories, i.e., exhibit hall pass vs. full registration will be identified by the attendee’s badge holder color. Badges are monitored at all events. Badges are nontransferable and Event no-shows are not allowed to transfer the rights of their paid ‘seat’ to a non-paid attendee.
REGISTRATION PACKAGES – Attendees are allowed
into the events for which they have paid for as outlined under ‘What’s included in your Registration’.
Individual event tickets are not sold on site or in
advance except to IPIA members.
Golf tournament refunds are allowed up to 14 days
prior to the convention. After this date you may do a name change but there will not be any refunds.
Online registration: www.packagedice.com in the 2019
Convention and Tradeshow section
PAYMENT – You have the option to pay by check or
credit card. There is a 3% handling fee added to your invoice for those choosing to pay by credit cards. If
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you do not want to pay this fee, please be sure to send in check payment within (30) days of submitting your registration and no later than October 1, 2019. CHECKS – All checks should be made payable to IPIA
and mailed to the IPIA office at 238 East Davis Blvd, Suite 213, Tampa, FL 33606.
CANCELLATION POLICY: Refunds for registration fees will be granted if they are received 30 days prior to the start of the Convention (Friday, October 4, 2019). There is no charge for substitutions/name changes. A $40.00 processing fee will apply to all refunds requested more than 30 days prior to arrival date. Cancellations prior to 7 days (but within a month) will be subject to a $100 processing fee. There will not be any refunds within 7 days of arrival although substitutions/name changes from same company will be at no charge. Refunds for golf and optional tours require 14 days notice before the 1st day of the Convention(Monday, October 21, 2019). If you need assistance with your registration or need a hard copy of the registration form please contact Suncoast Meetings at firstname.lastname@example.org or (813) 852-1977.
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IPIA 102ND CONVENTION AND TRADE SHOW
NOVEMBER 4-7, 2019
OPENING RECEPTION – EXHIBIT HALL
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2019 6:00 pm-8:30 pm Please join us for our annual ribbon cutting and official “Opening Reception” for the convention. Join our industry suppliers and colleagues to see the latest and greatest innovation and updates for the ice industry. Come enjoy some live entertainment and a spectacular ice carving.
15TH ANNUAL IPIA MEL EADS MEMORIAL GOLF TOURNAMENT**
LADIES/SPOUSE SHOPPING TRIP
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2019 9:30 am – 2:30 pm (Meet at convention center bus area at 9:30am -Bus transportation is included) Please join our first lady, Jamie Tyler, for shopping at nearby St. Augustine Premium Outlets. This Outlet center features a variety of shops ranging from women’s apparel and accessories to housewares and sporting goods including such brands as Ann Taylor factory Store, Kate Spade, Nike factory store and a Coach outlet. Come enjoy some shopping & good company!
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2019 7:30 am-1:30 pm (Meet in lobby at 7:30am) 8:30am shotgun start Experience the beautiful coastal scenery of Ponte Vedra at TPC Sawgrass, adjacent to the Sawgrass Marriott Resort and this year’s host for our annual golf tournament. We will be playing Dye’s Valley Course which is the sister track to the famous Stadium Course which is double the cost to play. In classic Pete Dye fashion, the Valley course features large greens and an abundance of water that sprawl across rolling hills and valleys. It is considered by players to be a very demanding course, yet a fun course to play. Cost: $245.00 per person
EXHIBIT HALL LUNCH
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2019 12:00 pm-1:30 pm Come join us for an enjoyable lunch in our Exhibit Hall with your fellow IPIA members
CHAIRMAN’S PARTY – “BE COOL BY THE POOL”
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2019 7:00 pm-10:00 pm Let’s be Cool and Hang by the Pool. Join our Chairman, Jeff Tyler, and his wife Jamie for an evening by the pool! Casual attire, your best tropical shirt and flip-flops are encouraged. Grab a cold drink, kick back, and enjoy a fun evening of dinner, music, and dancing that is sure to be a tropical blast!
FINAL GOODBYE COCKTAIL RECEPTION – PASSING OF THE GAVEL & AWARDS
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2019 – 5:30 pm-7:30 pm Please join us as we pass the gavel from Chairman Jeff Tyler to Chairman Walter Berry. This event will be business casual with cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and time to round out a great convention with industry colleagues. Enjoy your open evening!
ST. AUGUSTINE TROLLEY TOUR**
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2019 9:00 am-1:30 pm (Includes round trip bus transportation and trolley tour) This tour will start at the Sawgrass Marriott and travel to downtown St. Augustine. We will enjoy a (1) hour private trolley tour led by a conductor that will share facts about this historic city. Learn about everything from the story of the first settlement in North America as well as visit a Spanish fort built in the 17th century. Visit the world-famous spring that Ponce de Leon deemed the Fountain of Youth, explore the Old Jail, St. Augustine History Museum and see old St. Augustine Village featuring unique homes from the 18th and 19th centuries. This tour will also go by Flagler College, built by Henry Morrison Flagler. This famous Industrialist was a railroad pioneer and oil magnate and originally used the building as a hotel then known as Ponce de Leon hotel. At the end of the Trolley tour you will have 60-75 minutes to explore the downtown area, shop, and grab a bite to eat (on your own or with friends) before we meet back where the bus dropped us off. Cost: $40.00 per person **Additional charges apply
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Elegant Ice Creations Announces ACF Continuing Education Classes:
BOOT CAMP FOR ARTISTS Boot Camps are held twice a year, in April and November, and provide artists from around the world a place to learn and network. Classes provide Continuing Education Hours (CEHs) for the American Culinary Federation and Certification Points for the National Ice Carving Association. Classes are taught by masters in their fields and hosted by Aaron Costic of Elegant Ice Creation. Students learn at a picturesque resort near Charleston, West Virginia, that provides easy access and lodging to carvers from around the world.
For more information on the one upcoming, contact:
Elegant Ice Creation 440-717-1940 4001 Towpath Tr, Unit C Broadview Heights, OH 44203 Aaron@elegantice.com
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CLASSIFIEDS Ad Index American Ice Equipment Exchange, aieexchange.com..................................... 28 Automatic ICE Systems, automaticice.com............................................................ 27 Classified Ads....................................................................................................... 23 – 26 Ice Systems & Supplies Inc. (ISSI), issionline.com....................................................... 2 Ing-Tech Corporation (ITC), itcpack.com....................................................... 12 & 27 Keet Consulting Services, LLC (RouteMan), kcsgis.com........................................... 9 KEITH Manufacturing Co., keithwalkingfloor.com................................................... 12 Matthiesen, matthiesen.com.................................................................................... 19 Minnesota Ice, minnesota-ice.com............................................................................ 6 Modern Ice, modernice.com...................................................................................... 5 Patkol, patkol.com......................................................................................Back Cover Polar Temp, polartemp.com..................................................................................... 22 Sanchez Refrigeration, patkol.com ......................................................................... 28
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. For advertising and listing information, contact Mary at (404) 819-5446 or email@example.com.
Vault Ice, vaultice.com.............................................................................................. 26 Vogt Ice, vogtice.com............................................................................................... 21
NATIONWIDE/INTERNATIONAL USED EQUIPMENT FOR SALE 1-800-599-4744 | itcpack.com ICE MAKERS
• VOGT P24A ICE MAKERS (2) • VOGT P34AL W/ HIGH SIDE
• HAMER 125 – NEW, USED AND REBUILT
• HAMER RING CLOSER W/CONVEYOR
• 20 HP KRACK CONDENSER
• HAMER 125 W/ STAND & CONVEYOR • HAMER 310 W/ 125 CLOSER
• LIQUID OVERFEED VALVE PACKAGE
• PALLET DISPENSER
• 6.5 BOHN W/ EVAP CONDENSER W/ UNIT COOLER
• SS SHAKER W/ STAND
• MARLEY TOWER W/ PUMP
BLOCK MAKERS • LEER BL39 W/ REMOTE CONDENSER • TURBO BP-360 BLOCK PRESS
SUPPLIES • LEER ICE MERCHANDISERS IN STOCK • BAGS AND WIRE • PARTS • SPARE PARTS
• SLIP SHEET DISPENSER
BAGGERS • VL - 510 • VLS - 510
SCREW AND BELT CONVEYORS • HYTROL BELT CONVEYORS 10’ & 12’ • PORTABLE FOLDING INCLINE CONVEYOR - MODEL R • POWER 90 BELT CONVEYOR
FOOD GRADE VOGT TUBE ICE FOR SALE 6 AND 26 POUNDS BAG We are located in Magog, Quebec, Canada 20 min from the border of Vermont. We can bag in other size for serious quantity. Call or e-mail: SAMUEL BERNARD Toll free : 1 855-847-0865 firstname.lastname@example.org
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NATIONWIDE/INTERNATIONAL (continued) HAWAII ICE BUSINESS FOR SALE Alii Ice Company in Hilo Hawaii for sale. Only financially qualified and technically competent individuals or parties need inquire. Contact Jon via email at email@example.com or phone at 808 960-9451.
SOUTHEAST USED EQUIPMENT FOR SALE • Vogt 18XT Large Tube’ • Vogt P24 Large Tube • Vogt P24FL Mid Tube and
High Side • Vogt 118’s 5 Ton Ice Maker
• Hamer 310 Form, Fill, & Seal • Ice Max IBM300, 300lb block • • •
• 2013 100 ton Turbo Ice Maker
• 2015 Tiger, turbo Ice Maker
• Arctic Temp 4000 Lb Ice Maker
• Matthiesen VL510, Top Load
Bagger, Galv • Matthiesen Heat Sealed Bagging System • Matthiesen Magic Finger Bagger System
• • • •
Baker Ice Vending Machine Bucket Elevator Snow Crusher/blowers Perfection 25lb Ice Scorer 1/2HP drop In Refrigeration Vivian Manual Block Press 7lb Roll Stock 22lb Roll Stock 10LB Ice Cans (45) 4.5” x 8” x 14”T Snow Cone Block Cans Kamco Ten Moving Floor Ice Bins
• JMC 4’ Belt conveyor 12”x10’
Stainless Screw conveyor • 9x24 Stainless Screw Conveyor • 9x10 Galvanized Portable Screw • • • • • • • • •
AND MUCH MORE!
conveyor Kamco Ten Moving Floor Ice Bins MGR 3000SD Stainless Bin Collapsible Blue Bins Belt Conveyor, Hytrol BA 16’ Matthiesen 24 Ton Moving floor bin Water Softener System Blue Bins Amcot ST-25 Cooling Tower Marley 4821 Cooling tower
If you have discontinued ice bags or used equipment you would like to sell PLEASE CALL. SEE OUR USED EQUIPMENT WEB PAGE AT AIEEXCHANGE.COM. Call for surplus ice! Polar Temp Equipment Mike Landino - Toll free - 1-877-376-0367 E-mail (NEW ADDRESS): firstname.lastname@example.org Don’t forget to call if you have a quality piece of used equipment for sale.
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ICE FOR SALE
ICE CARVING TOOLS
Vogt Mini tube ice, 8, 20 & 40 lb. bags. All ice is screened, palletized & stretch wrapped.
Plastic liners for clear block makers $1.24/ea
We deliver or you pick up. Our water is treated with ozone for sterilization. No chlorine added!
Reusable drip pans from $6.50/ea
Martin’s Ice Company
Over 500 items in stock for Ice Carvers
Phone (717) 733-7968 or fax (717) 733-1981 PA
ICE FOR SALE
or (440) 717-1940
(2) Vogt HE 40 Ice Makers (1) works great (1) needs to be repaired $9,500 or Best Offer
6 Ton Ice Bin Completely rebuilt, comes with a bagger $9,500 or Best Offer
Ice carving crystal clear blocks 300lb blocks
3-year-old Condenser & Evaporator 4.5 horsepower $9,500 or Best Offer
Call (716) 480-2716
USED EQUIPMENT FOR SALE
1-800-543-1581 | modernice.com Ice Makers • Vogt Ice Maker – P24A • Morris Ice Maker • Vogt Ice Maker – P118 • Turbo Ice Maker – CAR120 • T urbo Ice Maker – CF40SCER • Vogt Ice Maker – P418 • Vogt Ice Maker – HE30 • Kold Draft Ice Maker
Handling •M atthiesen Shaker Belt with Stand • Shaker •1 2” Stainless Steel Auger (Several Lengths) •1 2” Stainless Steel Shroud Trough Cover
Packaging • Matthiesen Heat Seal Bagger • Matthiesen Baler (3 Available) •H amer Form, Fill, and Seal Machine - 310
Check our most recent inventory online at modernice.com!
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FOR SALE (3) Clinebell 10 lb. ice block makers, Model S60, 1.5HF, (3) condensing units, 3-phase, 240 volts. Will sell individually, or all three for $12,000. Call Arctic Ice at
PRIVATE LABEL COCKTAIL ICE Our ice IN the box. Your name ON the box. Large Cubes & Perfect Spheres Sealed – Boxed – Ready to Deliver
Don't waste time & money making your own.
David Holland 405-279-9747 email@example.com vaultice.com/privatelabel
PURE & CLEAR COCKTAIL ICE We offer The Rock (2”, 2.5”, 3”), The Cylinder, The Shard, and The Rod for purchase. Private labeling and delivery available. Contact Minnesota Ice: 612-254-8330 firstname.lastname@example.org | www.minnesota-ice.com
CANADA ICE EQUIPMENT FOR SALE • Magic Finger • (8) Turbo Ice Makers, 10 & 20 Ton • Cooling tower pumping station • Hamer 125 • 16 feet stainless steel auger • (3) power pack for freezer • Kamco bin • Forklift • Indoor/outdoor merchandisers
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• Ice bags • Trucks • Other ice equip. and misc. items • 360 Turbo Block Press • Bagger
Contact Lino at
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