A Public Seafood Processing and Cold Storage Facility: Is it right for your community?
Presentations available in PDF; updated March 16, 2004
Commons Bldg., Room 107
University of Alaska Anchorage
Contact: Allison Rice, email@example.com
Fishermen and communities in Alaska are exploring ways to increase the value from the fish they harvest. Some communities are considering building public cold storage facilities to help take advantage of emerging opportunities in this highly competitive industry. This workshop was aimed at helping community leaders, engineers, seafood processors and fishermen analyze whether a public cold storage facility makes economic sense for their region.
(all are in PDF format)
Refrigeration Strategies for Rural Alaska [16
Walt Kallenberg, P.E.
Planning for a Cold Storage Facility [316
Michael Fisher, Northern Economics, Inc.
- Case Study: Alaska Seafood International [368 KB]; High-res
Wesley Loy and Merrick Burden
- Case Study: Sitka Marine Service Center [700
KB]; High-res version [5.3
MB]; Sitka Marine Service Center
General Terms and Conditions [132 KB]
Wells Williams, Greg Johnstone, Jeff Pearson, and Rich Riggs
Storage Feasibility Analysis [44 KB]
Patrick Burden, Northern Economics, Inc.
Storage Warehouses—An Engineering Overview [780
KB]; High-res version [4.7
Ronald A. Cole, P.E.
- Revised! Developing
Cold Storage on the Oregon Coast: Risk-based Planning Using a
Simulation Model [288 KB]
Merrick Burden, Gil Sylvia, Edward Kolbe, and Hans Radtke
Consolidation Study [496 KB]
- Marketing Perishable Products: Logistics, Distribution,
and Cold Storage [7.4 MB]
Quentin S.W. Fong, Sunny Rice, and Brian Paust
and Governance—Management Options for Public Facilities [24
Chris McDowell, McDowell Group
- Refrigerated Warehousing: Perishable Food Processing
and Storage [1.1 MB]; High-res version [11.2 MB]
Henry B. Bonar II, P.E.
Temperature and Shelf Life [1
- State of Alaska Seafood Processors Permit Application [20 KB]
Ernest F. Thomas
Is a Community Cold Storage? [164 KB]
Richard B. Pollnac