Food and beverage goods are transported to their final destinations by all modes of transportation, which includes air, sea, rail and ground. The pulse of food logistics (and the supply chain in general) can be found each year in the State of Logistics...
Food and beverage retailing is going “social, mobile and loyalty,” and more food and beverage retailers are taking a careful look at what they need to do to cultivate “SoMoLo” sales.
A D.C-based journalist recently raised $75,000 on Kickstarter to buy drones and other equipment to investigate industrial farms and document animal welfare problems and pollution.
July 14, 2014
Food Logistics’ annual list of the top 100 software and technology providers to the food and beverage industry.
When I visited the store in Bentonville, Ark., recently, my assumption remained intact as I pulled into the store which seemed to be about 5,000 square feet with several fueling islands in front.
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From floor to ceiling, there are multiple opportunities to boost efficiency in the warehouse. For some companies, simple and relatively low-cost upgrades involve racking and lighting, while large-scale warehouse automation...
UPS will invest about $1 billion over the next three to five years to expand its infrastructure throughout Europe.
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ThomasNet.com and Institute for Supply Management (ISM) have joined forces to introduce "30 Under 30" Rising Supply Chain Stars Recognition Program
- See more at: http://thomasnet.com/30under30
When asked ‘Which information sources do you rely on to stay current on logistics strategies and industry news?’ 70 percent of respondents said logistics industry print magazines.
Some interesting trends in the grocery store sector signal changes for logistics providers in the food supply chain.
One thing technology can’t deliver is water—and California farmers are desperate for it.
Outsourcing provides access to experts who can deliver consistent, repeatable, industry-standard processes complete with multiple quality checks to ensure accuracy.