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Background Information

Employment History

LiquidAlaska

Owner

Harman's Repair Station Inc

President

Harman's Repair Station Inc

Maintenance Trainer

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Education

bachelor's degrees

aviation maintenance technology and in aeronautical science

Web References (80 Total References)


Tednologies Further Refines Time/Temperature Management Products - Global Food Collaborative, LLC

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That intrigued Don Harman, already a professional in his own right (a certified A&P Mechanic with 25 years of experience directing services for a national air carrier) and owner of Harman's Repair in Anchorage. As the problem became repeated over and over by regulators, transportation professionals and food manufacturers, Don began designing an LD-3 style controlled temperature cargo container. That container, the Tedsbox has been developed, tested and is awaiting FAA approval for full utilization on aircraft.

While the Tedsbox awaits final approvals, the same market approached Don with other links in the supply chain that were responsible for major temperature deviations. One of those was right on the aircraft runways. We've all seen the tugs pulling carts with luggage and cargo from one airplane to the next or from cargo facility to the awaiting airliner. This is where most temperature monitoring devices show a major lapse in the optimum temperature. It is a critical point where everything can go wrong. Don has utilized the Teds technologies for the new Tedsbox Cart.
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The blue box is called the Polar Bear 55 and through the development of this box, Don has further expanded to be the Alaska exclusive distributor of Promens insulated containers. Like the other Tednologies - the Polar Bear 55 runs on 110/220 battery power.
Both products are available for lease or purchase in 2009. Please contact Tednologies (below) for more information.
Don Harman, President


That intrigued Don Harman, ...

globalfoodcollaborative.site-ym.com [cached]

That intrigued Don Harman, already a professional in his own right (a certified A&P Mechanic with 25 years of experience directing services for a national air carrier) and owner of Harman's Repair in Anchorage. As the problem became repeated over and over by regulators, transportation professionals and food manufacturers, Don began designing an LD-3 style controlled temperature cargo container. That container, the Tedsbox has been developed, tested and is awaiting FAA approval for full utilization on aircraft.

While the Tedsbox awaits final approvals, the same market approached Don with other links in the supply chain that were responsible for major temperature deviations. One of those was right on the aircraft runways. We've all seen the tugs pulling carts with luggage and cargo from one airplane to the next or from cargo facility to the awaiting airliner. This is where most temperature monitoring devices show a major lapse in the optimum temperature. It is a critical point where everything can go wrong. Don has utilized the Teds technologies for the new Tedsbox Cart.
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The blue box is called the Polar Bear 55 and through the development of this box, Don has further expanded to be the Alaska exclusive distributor of Promens insulated containers. Like the other Tednologies - the Polar Bear 55 runs on 110/220 battery power.
Both products are available for lease or purchase in 2009. Please contact Tednologies (below) for more information.
Don Harman, President


Tednologies Further Refines Time/Temperature Management Products - Global Food Collaborative, LLC

www.gfc-connect.com [cached]

That intrigued Don Harman, already a professional in his own right (a certified A&P Mechanic with 25 years of experience directing services for a national air carrier) and owner of Harman's Repair in Anchorage. As the problem became repeated over and over by regulators, transportation professionals and food manufacturers, Don began designing an LD-3 style controlled temperature cargo container. That container, the Tedsbox has been developed, tested and is awaiting FAA approval for full utilization on aircraft.

While the Tedsbox awaits final approvals, the same market approached Don with other links in the supply chain that were responsible for major temperature deviations. One of those was right on the aircraft runways. We've all seen the tugs pulling carts with luggage and cargo from one airplane to the next or from cargo facility to the awaiting airliner. This is where most temperature monitoring devices show a major lapse in the optimum temperature. It is a critical point where everything can go wrong. Don has utilized the Teds technologies for the new Tedsbox Cart.
...
The blue box is called the Polar Bear 55 and through the development of this box, Don has further expanded to be the Alaska exclusive distributor of Promens insulated containers. Like the other Tednologies - the Polar Bear 55 runs on 110/220 battery power.
Both products are available for lease or purchase in 2009. Please contact Tednologies (below) for more information.
Don Harman, President


Tednologies Further Refines Time/Temperature Management Products - Global Food Collaborative, LLC

www.gfc-connect.com [cached]

That intrigued Don Harman, already a professional in his own right (a certified A&P Mechanic with 25 years of experience directing services for a national air carrier) and owner of Harman's Repair in Anchorage. As the problem became repeated over and over by regulators, transportation professionals and food manufacturers, Don began designing an LD-3 style controlled temperature cargo container. That container, the Tedsbox has been developed, tested and is awaiting FAA approval for full utilization on aircraft.

While the Tedsbox awaits final approvals, the same market approached Don with other links in the supply chain that were responsible for major temperature deviations. One of those was right on the aircraft runways. We've all seen the tugs pulling carts with luggage and cargo from one airplane to the next or from cargo facility to the awaiting airliner. This is where most temperature monitoring devices show a major lapse in the optimum temperature. It is a critical point where everything can go wrong. Don has utilized the Teds technologies for the new Tedsbox Cart.
...
The blue box is called the Polar Bear 55 and through the development of this box, Don has further expanded to be the Alaska exclusive distributor of Promens insulated containers. Like the other Tednologies - the Polar Bear 55 runs on 110/220 battery power.
Both products are available for lease or purchase in 2009. Please contact Tednologies (below) for more information.
Don Harman, President


Connect. Communicate. Collaborate.

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This is where Don Harman of Tednologies enters the picture. He's been raising his food IQ each and every day and building solutions where problems definitely exist. Don was concerned about the safety of food transported into rural Alaska, where perishable supply chains to their final destination can run up to 5 days. He heard statistics of roughly 1 in 4 Americans each year suffering from food poisoning. Some of that came from transporting and holding food. At the same time, the loss of product (waste) in and outbound seemed like money lost by shippers and a cost to consumers. He was aware that refrigeration was limited and the geography and weather were further challenges. Don began the process of creating an LD3, called the TEDSBOX.

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Don has since created a number of products including a catering cart (right) that keeps product warm and secure from the outside environment.
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Harman's Repair Station, Inc. & Tednologies, Inc.
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Using 10 different flavors of Matanuska Creamery ice cream for an in-service day treat for the schools, Don Harman, President of Tednologies, and Mr. Wilson, sent 27 half gallons of gourmet ice cream to Bethel.
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Harman uses ice cream in their containers because of its sensitivity to temperature and uses Radio Frequency Identification temperature tracking to show temperature differences along the path to delivery. "Ice cream is the ultimate test and a perfect product to give our Tednologies line the ultimate test. "Variances in temperature causes problems for any perishable or temperature sensitive products (PTSP), especially ice cream, our containers remove those variances,†said Harman.
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Harman's Repair Station, Inc. & Tednologies, Inc.
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Don Harman, Founder
TEDNOLOGIES
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That intrigued Don Harman, already a professional in his own right (a certified A&P Mechanic with 25 years of experience directing services for a national air carrier) and owner of Harman's Repair in Anchorage. As the problem became repeated over and over by regulators, transportation professionals and food manufacturers, Don began designing an LD-3 style controlled temperature cargo container. That container, the Tedsbox has been developed, tested and is awaiting FAA approval for full utilization on aircraft.
While the Tedsbox awaits final approvals, the same market approached Don with other links in the supply chain that were responsible for major temperature deviations. One of those was right on the aircraft runways. We've all seen the tugs pulling carts with luggage and cargo from one airplane to the next or from cargo facility to the awaiting airliner. This is where most temperature monitoring devices show a major lapse in the optimum temperature. It is a critical point where everything can go wrong. Don has utilized the Teds technologies for the new Tedsbox Cart.
...
The blue box is called the Polar Bear 55 and through the development of this box, Don has further expanded to be the Alaska exclusive distributor of Promens insulated containers. Like the other Tednologies - the Polar Bear 55 runs on 110/220 battery power.
Both products are available for lease or purchase in 2009. Please contact Tednologies (below) for more information.
Don Harman, President
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For information on the TEDSBOX, contact Don Harman (pictured left) at 907-345-6838.

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