Food Logistics

September 2014

Food Logistics is the only publication exclusively dedicated to covering the movement of product through the food supply chain. In every issue, we write about the news, trends and best practices that will help grocery and foodservice manufacturers and distributors make better business decisions. Our readers are true decision-makers. With more than 24,000 subscribers, Food Logistics reaches corporate level executives at food warehouse and distribution centers, as well as on-site vice presidents, directors and managers. These executives make the critical buying decisions for the products, services and technologies that transport, store and track product throughout the food supply chain.With Food Logistics, grocery and foodservice manufacturers and distributors can count on focused editorial content, specific to their needs. Our seasoned editorial staff keeps readers up-to-date on the latest trends in: warehousing and material handling; transportation; information technology; and third-party and refrigerated logistics

Supply Scan

Supply Scan

How The Food Chain Moves

How The Food Chain Moves

HOS Rules and Higher Rates

HOS Rules and Higher Rates

Key Ports & Carriers In The Global Food Supply Chain

Key Ports & Carriers In The Global Food Supply Chain

Foodservice Charges Ahead

Foodservice Charges Ahead

Temperature Control Technology Boosts Cold Transport Capabilities

Temperature Control Technology Boosts Cold Transport Capabilities

How Robots Are Changing the Food Industry And Improving Fulfillment

How Robots Are Changing the Food Industry And Improving Fulfillment

Electric Forklifts Gain Acceptance, Driven By Sustainability Features

Electric Forklifts Gain Acceptance, Driven By Sustainability Features

Rising Transport Costs Raises Stakes For TMS

Rising Transport Costs Raises Stakes For TMS

Food on the Move

Food on the Move

Today’s Food Shoppers Are Less Likely To Have A Primary Destination

Today’s Food Shoppers Are Less Likely To Have A Primary Destination

 

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