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Indy Food Drop

Indy Food Drop is an initiative in the Indianapolis area that helps redirect declined food shipments. Whether a shipment was rejected due to improper temperature, damaged packaging, or browning and bruising of produce, Indy Food Drop uses rejected food to feed the hungry. Instead of heading to the landfill, truck drivers and brokers can contact the Indy Food Bank to help off load and reuse salvageable food. Donations of salvageable food to the food banks are eligible for a tax-deductible receipt.

For more information on the Indy Food Drop, view their press release or visit the Indy Food Drop Website.


Regarded as the most sweeping reform of food safety laws in 70 years, the Food Safety Modernization Act establishments requirements for vehicle and transportation equipment, transportation operations, training of carrier personnel, maintenance of records, and much more. The deadline for compliance is April 2017 (April of 2018 for Small Businesses). 

Click Here for an FSMA Road Map and How It Affects Carriers

Click Here for FSMA Key Requirements

Stop by or call your nearest Crosspoint Power & Refrigeration Location to try products made to help you comply with these new regulations.

Anti-Idle Regulations

In an attempt to reduce fuel consumption and air pollution, many states have enacted anti-idling regulations. These regulations vary by state to state, county to county and even city to city. The EPA has complied a list of state's regulations and updates it frequently.

Click Here for a List of Regulations by State

Our APU's and engine/cab heaters are designed to comply with these regulations. For more information, contact your nearest Crosspoint Power & Refrigeration Location