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.
The 12th edition of the AFGC CHEP Retail Index was released today indicating that retail sales have enjoyed its strongest growth year-on-year since early 2010.
Whether you’re running a small food manufacturing business or a large scale distribution operation, logistics matters. By Aoife Boothroyd.
Two undergrad students from the United States have reinvented the humble cardboard box, creating their own version that’s less wasteful, easier to pack and easier to open.
The 11th edition of the AFGC and CHEP Retail Index has been released, suggesting that slowing year on year retail sales may result in a challenging trading period during the festive season.
Supply chain standards organisation, GS1, has officially announced its membership with The Sustainability Consortium (TSC)– an independent, global organisation that works to build a scientific foundation to drive consumer product sustainability innovation.
Supermarket chain, Aldi, has partnered with CHEP to release a new reusable plastic ‘Gen 3’ crate for use in the fresh produce industry.
A representative of Coca-Cola Amatil will attend the upcoming Smart Conference and Expo to shed light on why the Australian-born Share a Coke campaign was such an enormous success for the brand.
Here, Phillip Austin, president of CHEP Australia and NZ explains how its equipment is contributing to a more environmentally sustainable supply chain.
Material handling and logistics automation company, Dematic, has provided Tesco with an innovative new system for its Enfield ‘Dotcom’ store.
Over 95 members of the Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia, Queensland Division, together with the Australian Institute of Packaging, spent their Christmas party this year packing 600 hampers for Foodbank.
Yummia’s founder, Mia McCarthy, takes Food mag’s Q&A and sheds some light on the joys and challenges of running your own food brand.
A new addition to its IBC range, the CHEP Intercon has increased efficiencies at Australian yeast and bread improver manufacturer, Lesaffre.
Jan Davis from the Tasmanian Farmers and Graziers Association is now part of the new Freight Logistics Co-Ordination Team and will help to overcome restrictive exporting conditions.
A first for the Australian wine sector, Trebuchet Logistics will use a fourth party logistics model to manage the warehousing and distribution requirements of Treasury Wine Estates, as part of a joint venture announced today.
Robatech, Fallsdell, Proseal Australia and Result Packaging are just some of the companies who will be heading to Sydney for AUSPACK PLUS 2013 and between them they will be showcasing new hot and cold glue technology, MAP in-line tray sealers and new ink jet technology.
Brambles has announced that it has signed a three year service agreement with Pepsico.
One of the keys to a successful company is to create and maintain a sustainable and competitive supply chain. Leanne Armstrong from Full Capacity provides tips on supply chain management.
Australian businesses have experienced a confidence boost following the introduction of the national trade measurement system a year ago, Federal Innovation Minister Kim Carr has said.