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Oct. 25-26, 2010: FinListics: The Financial Supply Chain Management Connection Workshop, Atlanta. Contact: Georgia Technology Supply Chain & Logistics Institute; 404-894-2343; www.dlpe.gatech.edu/scl/association .
Oct. 25-27, 2010...
An increase in electric standby, CO2 refrigerant and temperature tracking telematics are among the trends to watch in 2011.
The grocery distribution center of the future has arrived—Sobey Inc.’s new automated facility in Canada. At the heart of the DC is a case picking system that can handle 320,000 cases per day.
Food Logistics recognizes fleets for outstanding customer service and environmental conservation.
The GS1 Item Alignment initiative via the GDSN now includes foodservice.
News and Trends from across the Supply Chain
» Cargill Meat Solutions’ Schuyler, NE beef processing plant replaced its manually operated system with a Retrotech Inc. automated box handling and shipping system. The system supports 53,000 storage locations and can deliver boxes either as...