C&S Wholesale Grocers, Inc., an industry leader in supply chain solutions and wholesale grocery supply in the United States has selected RELEX Solutions, a provider of unified supply chain and planning solutions to further strengthen their planning processes.
United Natural Foods, Inc. today announced that Erin Horvath has been appointed to the position of Chief Supply Chain Transformation Officer (CSCTO), a new role which will collaborate across functions to help build UNFI’s transformation agenda and future capabilities, drive value creation for shareholders, and create an improving experience for customers and suppliers.
WATSONVILLE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Procurant BB #:355257, a cloud-based software company transforming the global food supply chain, today …
Kwik Trip, a leading convenience store chain in the US, will partner with RELEX Solutions, provider of unified retail planning solutions, to implement automated planograms, floor planning, and supply chain optimization solutions.
Inteligistics, which has built a suite of smart digital products to monitor and improve efficiency for logistics, supply chain and cold chain management for companies producing and selling perishable products, now brings their technology solutions to bear on a common chokepoint in cold storage facility operations.
What may not dissipate with the end of the pandemic are soaring costs, suppliers say. It starts with trucks.
Razor thin margins, price fluctuations, and high levels of product waste tend to drive a cost control mentality in the produce industry.
Putting all your proverbial eggs (or fruits and vegetables) in one basket is a risky proposition. A wide range of problems can jeopardize product flows originating from a single grower or region.
If we learned anything during the early days of the pandemic, it’s that supply chain team members are essential workers. Frontline staff working in the fields, packing plants, and warehouses perform critical tasks and provide the capability to keep up with demand.
When faced with a crisis, organizations focus on the big issues that impact supply chain success—labor, transportation, key suppliers, and major customers. Yet we learned over the last two years that the little things often matter the most.