What Translators Usually Do with Words

What Translators Usually Do with Words

   

What path do the components in your food and beverage products travel before ending up on the store shelf? Do you know exactly where every pallet of tomatoes, every sack of flour, and every can of beer or soda came from and where it is now? Could you trace the exact path of a product in the event of a recall?

A proprietary system helps design the most efficient routes with a route algorithm. Dedicated staff constantly redesign this QSR’s routes for absolute optimization. Imagine if each shipping line or container operator followed their own specifications without adhering to the ISO Standards set for the industry. A unified shipping approach would have been impossible.

Joe Carlier, senior vice president of Global Sales

The changing supply chain and higher customer expectations will require that you know every detail about where your inventory has been, is going, and when and how it will arrive. With it, you’ll have a more comprehensive understanding for better decision-making around order fulfillment and operations management, as well as transparency throughout the recall process.

Corporate business people team and manager in a meeting

Many of today’s best-known food and beverage brands trust HighJump for supply chain management and visibility because we offer unparalleled advanced inventory management capabilities and real-time visibility to critical information. From the supplier to the store shelf and all locations in-between, this level of material and inventory control allows our customers to focus energies on expanding their businesses and building new effiencies into their processes.

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