Sybil, an advanced, patented algorithm, is designed to navigate the complexities of our warehouses, strategically placing products in optimized locations that maximize efficiency and productivity.
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.
As e-commerce continues to grow and evolve, so does the demand for last mile delivery. The last mile is the final leg of transportation in the supply chain.
In the intricate dance of cold chain logistics, chaos often leads. But chaos has met its match in Sybil, a revolutionary algorithm developed and deployed at key pilot facilities by the Data Science team here at Lineage
Just over a decade ago, Lineage set out to transform the world’s food supply chain to eliminate waste and help feed the world.
Here are four essential points to keep in mind when choosing the right transportation mode(s) for your fresh food needs.
Sybil, an advanced, patented algorithm, is designed to navigate the complexities of Lineage Logistics warehouses, strategically placing products in optimized locations that maximize efficiency and productivity.
Lineage Fresh is our core offering for the safe storage and transit of fruits and vegetables.
At Lineage, we’re committed to using data insights to maximize the value of temperature-controlled logistics.
With the implementation of FSMA 204 just around the corner, wholesale produce distribution companies like Bonsai Produce are gearing up to play a crucial role in ensuring the safety of consumers.