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Maple Leaf Farms Improves Inventory Control with WMS
As one of North America’s premier producers of duck products, Maple Leaf Farms knew the importance of delivering fresh, quality goods to its customers. But in

food inventory programs  marketplace can complicate the food manufacturing process. When dealing with poultry products, the freshness factor is not just desirable, it is mandatory regardless of whether the poultry is distributed raw or cooked. Thus, manufacturers require integrated inventory management capabilities, as well as streamlined manufacturing and shipment processes, to deliver fresh poultry products. Real-time inventory management is an essential component of production management. Maple Leaf Farms, North America's Read More

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Growing Food and Beverage Businesses: Innovation to Maximize Market Opportunities
Global demand for food and beverages continues to rise, and the market will pay a premium for partially prepared healthier choices. Food and beverage

food inventory programs  in the rapidly changing food and beverage marketplace, companies are turning to more complete and advanced system infrastructures, functionality, and technologies also used by the market leaders. Their enterprise systems include some of the following capabilities (see Figure 3): Figure 3 Adaptable, flexible and scalable IT infrastructure that leverages Web services and spans vertical operations for real-time responsiveness to changing operational events and conditions Market intelligence combined with Read More
Managing Business Risk in the Food and Beverage Industry
Midsize food and beverage companies are striving to be more things to more markets, while ensuring consistent customer satisfaction and regulatory compliance

food inventory programs  new product variations, puts food and beverage companies at risk of excessive costs across the organization and inventory write offs of slow moving consumable product. Customer Solutions: Food and beverage companies are catering to a broader spectrum of customers than in the past, when they sold primarily to wholesalers, grocers, food service providers, and food manufacturers. Today they are also selling to end consumers, restaurants, hotels, institutions, vending suppliers, mass merchants, and other Read More
Food Safety, Government Regulations, and Brand Protection
Many food companies are investing significant funds in building awareness for their brands in the market, which can pay off amply in competitive, commodity

food inventory programs  role in the worldwide food industry. This has created a new requirement for consumer goods manufacturers, as they must track the source of raw materials as well as the destination customer of the finished goods, and all participants in the supply chain must maintain inventory attributes such as lot number, revision codes, manufacturing date, expiration date, serial number, etc. In theory, all of these requirements will enable everyone to combat bioterrorism threats and manage product recalls should they Read More
Automotive Industry and Food, Safety, and Drug Regulations
Enterprise application providers wanting to address the distinct regulatory requirements of the automotive, food, safety, and life sciences industries need to

food inventory programs  FDA before they import food products into the United States. See SAP 's Consumer Product: Regulatory Compliance for more. The regulation has created a new requirement for consumer goods manufacturers, whereby they must track the source of raw materials as well as the destination customer of the finished goods. The participants in the entire supply chain have to maintain inventory attributes, such as lot numbers, revision codes, manufacturing dates, expiration dates serial numbers, etc., all of which Read More
Inventory Planning & Optimization: Extending Your ERP System Part Two: How It Works
Organizations today realize that although strategies focusing on outsourcing transportation, e-business and new distribution models are important, these are all

food inventory programs  Planning & Optimization: Extending Your ERP System Part Two: How It Works Inventory Planning & Optimization Solutions Inventory optimization software is the most recent addition to the suite of Supply Chain Management (SCM) solutions. Software companies like JustEnough and i2 have emerged as leaders in this space. These solutions establish the optimal mix between inventory investment and service levels for each inventory item at each location within an organization. Inventory Planning and Read More
Unlocking Working Capital: Best Practices for Reducing Inventory
Two-thirds of the 400 survey participants in a 2007 Aberdeen report about inventory management place a high priority on working capital optimization. Many

food inventory programs  Working Capital: Best Practices for Reducing Inventory Two-thirds of the 400 survey participants in a 2007 Aberdeen report about inventory management place a high priority on working capital optimization. Many companies are reconsidering their business strategies, including implementing appropriate technology platforms that help automate supply chain processes. Learn about cost-effective and practical ways to reduce inventory so that working capital can be released. Read More
Auto Supplier Chooses Plex Cloud ERP Over QAD, Eliminates Inventory Discrepancies
For several years, Spring Dynamics had been using an on-premise enterprise resource planning (ERP) system that included accounting functions and standard

food inventory programs  Supplier Chooses Plex Cloud ERP Over QAD, Eliminates Inventory Discrepancies For several years, Spring Dynamics had been using an on-premise enterprise resource planning (ERP) system that included accounting functions and standard reports on inventory and accounts receivable and payable. Management wanted a more robust, comprehensive system that would also include shop floor operations and generate management reports. Learn how Plex Cloud ERP helped maximize overall business performance. Read More
Inventory on the Water: Do You Know Where It Is?
Today, more and more companies are purchasing goods from overseas. But once those goods are on the water, many companies find it difficult to keep track of

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What Your Refrigerator Can Teach You about Lean Inventory
A lean supply chain consists of two major components—lean manufacturing and lean distribution—which focus on satisfying customer demand efficiently, at the

food inventory programs  Your Refrigerator Can Teach You about Lean Inventory A lean supply chain consists of two major components—lean manufacturing and lean distribution—which focus on satisfying customer demand efficiently, at the lowest cost, with the least amount of waste. But what if your replenishment strategy is your distribution center’s weakest link? To improve customer satisfaction and achieve efficiency and balance, your replenishment strategy must consider all the key variables. Read More
Managing Inventory for Optimal Advantage: 10 Common Inventory Mistakes and How to Correct Them
If your company is “fighting fires” daily to meet customer demand, then you’re already losing customers and missing new sales. Today, business is conducted in

food inventory programs  Inventory for Optimal Advantage: 10 Common Inventory Mistakes and How to Correct Them If your company is “fighting fires” daily to meet customer demand, then you’re already losing customers and missing new sales. Today, business is conducted in real time, which requires flexibility and responsiveness. It’s these two attributes—along with reduced costs—that are the most beneficial in managing for optimal inventory levels. Find out how you can better plan and manage your inventory for Read More
Using Supply Chain Design and Optimization to Reduce Inventory
Historically, companies have invested in tactical and operational supply chain technology solutions. These solutions helped model and operate existing supply

food inventory programs  Supply Chain Design and Optimization to Reduce Inventory Historically, companies have invested in tactical and operational supply chain technology solutions. These solutions helped model and operate existing supply chains, without addressing overall supply chain design and strategy. Companies are increasingly turning to strategic solutions such as supply chain design and optimization (SCDO) to help satisfy customer demand while balancing limitations on supply and the need for operational efficiency. Read More
Managing Food Manufacturing Assets: Best Practices for the Next Decade
Now that the economic recovery is under way, many food processors are investing in enterprise solutions. This special report explores how food and beverage

food inventory programs  Food Manufacturing Assets: Best Practices for the Next Decade Now that the economic recovery is under way, many food processors are investing in enterprise solutions. This special report explores how food and beverage processors are moving to a predictive maintenance model; the critical role of computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) in safety and compliance; how to “go green” without breaking the bank; and how to renovate processing plants for energy efficiency. Read More
Innovative, Sustainable, and Responsive: Food and Beverage Manufacturers Evolve for the New Economy
To satisfy customer requirements profitably, food and beverage (F&B) manufacturers must work at the pace of change, which has accelerated in regulations

food inventory programs  Sustainable, and Responsive: Food and Beverage Manufacturers Evolve for the New Economy To satisfy customer requirements profitably, food and beverage (F&B) manufacturers must work at the pace of change, which has accelerated in regulations, consumer buying patterns, and the needs of retail, restaurant, and industrial foodservice customers. Know the three major challenges facing F&B manufacturers today and what they need to do to streamline their operations for greater efficiencies and waste Read More
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