Agri-food

The agri-food sector is subject to many standards and regulations, which are imposed not only by legislators, but also by agri-food distributors.

Quality, deadlines, costs, and complying with traceability standards are just a few of the constraints imposed by supermarkets on suppliers, and when it comes to a private label producer, the list is even longer.

 

 

Logistical challenges

Managing fresh and frozen products, with storage and order preparation in cold-rooms and temperature-controlled rooms.Managing dates (best before date, sell before date use before date) and FIFO policies to reduce the number of expired products as much as possibleUpstream and downstream traceability by tracking batch numbers and SSCC
Being able to treat variable weights.Preparing pallets and full packages efficiently.

The quality of the traceability system is essential because it determines how efficient product recall procedures are in crisis management situations.

The traceability system can be implemented in such a way as to associate batches of raw materials that make up finished products, so as to evaluate the direct impact of a non-compliant batch.

 

Our answer


Our solutions guarantee you a tailor-made response to common problems related to food logistics, such as optimising stock rotation, strict compliance with DLUOs, total and real-time supervision of products and operations, or improving quality management including supplier quality control, blocking and quarantine.

 

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