Zebra Technologies has a simple solution to an otherwise complex question: How can value be added to the process of food transportation?
Jungheinrich is market-launching a new narrow-aisle forklift – its EKX 514-516 electric order picker and trilateral forklift – in short, a “combi” (combination) stacker.
The Bühler Group is continuing to strengthen its leadership in rice processing, handling and storage capabilities.
Moving food products from point to point during processing is both essential and unavoidable.
Galipo Foods, one of the largest food distribution companies in South Australia, teamed up with VoiceID and Honeywell Sensing and Productivity Solutions to upgrade its warehouse technology and increase productivity by 80 per cent.
Australians may need to get used to coping with more disruptions to their food supply and rising food prices in a warming climate.
Pepsi has been awarded both the 2015 Supply Chain Management Award and the 2015 Storage & Materials Handling Award by the Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia in Sydney.
The food and beverage sector has benefited handsomely from the lower dollar, according to a new report on the sector, with exports up 28 per cent.
Recently, Industrial Conveying (Aust) completed a project for glass bottle manufacturer Orora Glass. Warehouse manager Darren Boswell said ICA was the obvious choice when faced with a logistics and materials handling problem.
One of Australia’s largest beverage distributors, Casella Family Brands, has made some unprecedented efficiency gains at their distribution centres.
The University of Sydney and University of Newcastle will establish a food and beverage supply chain training centre.
PespiCo has announced new initiatives together with updated data on the progress its made to address climate change.
Zacpac has unveiled a $25m manufacturing facility in Stapylton, near Queensland’s Gold Coast.
GS1 has announced that its GS1 Global Registry has now reached 15 million product items.
Global logistics company, 20cube, has been certified to transport organic products both domestically and internationally.
Serialisation has come back into the spotlight because of the benefits it offers in an increasingly complex global supply chain.
CHEP Pallets has officially launched CHEP Australia’s national Logistics Control Centre at Erskine Park.
Industrial robots have long excelled at the kind of manually repetitive tasks that employees can find undesirable.
GS1 Australia’s Andrew Steele reports on the importance of traceability standards in food manufacturing.
The days of careless wrapping of packaged food and drink bound for retail are all but over, as large supermarket chains force greater liabilities on suppliers who take short cuts.