Emergent Cold – An Expanding Global Cold Chain Company

Chris Jamroz
Chris Jamroz

Chris Jamroz is a well-established logistics executive who leads STG Holdings, LLC, a company that offers a full spectrum of container freight station solutions. Among Chris Jamroz’ responsibilities is as a board member of Emergent Cold, which has developed a temperature-controlled storage platform that facilitates distribution activities across the global cold chain.

First established in Australia, Emergent Cold has become a market leader in Vietnam and backs its services with 40,000 pallet capacity in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. In total, the company has a capacity of more than 300,000 pallets and maintains temperature-controlled space of about 75 million cubic feet.

A current focus for Emergent Cold is on expanding into new markets worldwide, and the company has undertaken integrated new developments and acquisitions across emerging and established markets. In the process, the company is becoming a valued partner among myriad businesses that wish to take advantage of a streamlined and efficient international transportation and storage network.

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How to Properly Delegate Tasks to Your Team

Chris Jamroz
Chris Jamroz

For the past several years, Chris Jamroz has led STG Holdings, LLC, as CEO. Based in New Jersey, this company maintains independent container freight station facilities for container freight transported by sea and air. Prior to this, Chris Jamroz held multiple other leadership positions and successfully oversaw the work of several thousand employees.

Good delegation is an important skill for managers and other leaders. Several considerations related to proper delegation include:

Providing training. Ideally, you want to delegate tasks to people who can already perform them. But you cannot assume someone has the knowledge to complete a task you give them. Instead, make sure training and resources are available to people when you assign them a new task. This not only expands their skill range, but it also betters the chance that tasks will be finished in a timely and accurate manner.

Letting go. One of the reasons leaders decide not to delegate is because they struggle with removing themselves from the work. However, letting go of certain tasks can help you get more done. Start by delegating small tasks and work your way up from there. Over time, you will learn that you can trust your team and you will discover the skills your co-workers have. At the same time, make sure you don’t over-delegate and assign tasks to others that you should be doing yourself.

Using feedback. Both you and your workers should provide feedback about the delegation process. For you, make sure you thank your workers when they do a good job on a task. If they fall short, give them constructive criticism. At the same time, encourage your workers to share their thoughts about your delegating abilities and whether they felt everyone got the right tasks and had the resources they needed.

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