For fresh foods, a streamlined supply chain is critical to reducing transportation costs and maintaining product quality. At Lineage, we recommend choosing the right transportation mode – or mix of modes – to control costs, deliver on time and reduce waste.
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Here are four essential points to keep in mind when choosing the right transportation mode(s) for your fresh food needs.