The distribution of food products and raw materials worldwide is a key aspect in global food supply chains.
The global food logistics business was worth more than USD108 billion in 2019 and is growing steadily – food is essential and despite the issues of 2020, will continue to have a lion’s share in global trade.
And who better to understand the nuances of this complex supply chain from than Sysco International Food Group – a company that boasts in excess of $55bn in revenue and over 66,000 employees.
In the upcoming webinar – “How Visibility adds Value to Food Logistics“, Tim Crumley, Vice President of Global Logistics at Sysco International Food Group, Robin Jaacks, Chief Commercial Officer at Ocean Insights and Sarah Barnes-Humphrey, Founder and Host of Lets Talk Supply Chain discuss issues facing the food logistics industry such as port congestion, carrier capacity, equipment shortage and lack of transparency on shipment statuses.
The panel will also explore possible solutions and best practices that help manage even complex food supply chains.
Learn how you and your team can optimise your supply chain operations and handle the transport of perishable commodities effectively through this engaging webinar.
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The Ocean Insights visibility tools provide customers with unique information about ship movements, carrier reliability, capacity issues anticipated and many more data driven insights, which help customers to make the right decisions with their logistics movement. To learn more, head to www.ocean-insights.com.
Sysco is the global leader in selling, marketing and distributing food and non-food products to restaurants, healthcare and educational facilities, lodging establishments and other customers around the world.
Sysco International Food Group (IFG) is the export specialty division of Sysco, with over 30 U.S. based restaurant chains that rely on IFG to deliver their brand and unique customer experience to consumers in over 90 countries. IFG also exports Sysco-branded products to numerous distributors around the world.
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