The research reveals that only 15% of U.S. retail businesses have completed digitization of their supply chain management processes.
February 14, 2019
Nearly 85% of U.S. retailers haven’t completed the digitization processes (using a cloud-based platform with real-time visibility and automation capabilities) required to give them full control of their supply chain, according to new research released from Gravity Supply Chain Solutions, Chicago.
By 2030, new emerging traceability technologies like IoT sensors, blockchain and food-sensing technologies could reduce food loss by 85 million tons.
January 23, 2019
Aiming to address global demand for food, The World Economic Forum, Switzerland, released “Innovation with a Purpose: Improving Traceability in Food Value Chains through Technology,” a report that investigates the role of disruptive technology applications capable of effectively tracing inefficiencies in food value chains.
The study reveals many retailers are turning to outside expertise to help fuel their digital innovation.
January 14, 2019
Nearly 72% of retailers are digitizing their supply chains to enable real-time visibility through tools like automation, sensors and analytics, according to research released by Logistics Trends & Insights, Atlanta, and American Global Logistics (AGL), Atlanta.
Farmstead developed AI-powered predictive analytics models to accurately predict supply and demand in order to deliver fresh, local orders.
December 6, 2018
Farmstead raised an additional $2.2 million venture round from ARTIS Labs, San Francisco; Resolute Ventures, San Francisco; Y Combinator, Mountain View, Calif.; Red Dog Capital, San Francisco; and other investors, bringing the total raised to date to $7.5 million.
The goal is to develop a highly secure digital ledger system that promotes the sharing of information across the global shipping industry.
November 26, 2018
The Halifax Port Authority (HPA), Canada, joined the digital global shipping platform developed by Maersk, Denmark, and IBM, North Castle, N.Y., where HPA will participate in a blockchain-focused global trade digitization solution known as TradeLens.
The May 2020 issue of Refrigerated & Frozen Foods magazine highlights sustainable solutions for companies along the cold chain, plus coronavirus and food safety coverage, lift truck technology, pizza innovations, new dairy and dairy-alternative products, plus much more—just click the stories below to start reading.