The Food & Drink sector is the UK’s largest manufacturing sector, but it is facing pressures as never before. With an ageing workforce and the uncertainty of Brexit, labour and skills shortages are a major problem looming on the horizon, while rapid changes to consumer demands and retail habits are forcing businesses to become ever more innovative just to maintain market share and profitability. And demands for companies to reformulate products to reduce salt, sugar and other ingredients create a whole new set of challenges.
Surrounding all of this is the regulatory framework, which demands tight control of inbound, internal and outbound logistics processes to ensure product quality, safety and compliance with global regulations and guidelines, and full traceability. We address these issues in detail in a series of webinars which we will be running during May. See below for further information.
We have many years’ experience working with companies – both large and small – in your sector. We understand the issues you face, we work alongside you on projects to minimise down time, and if things go wrong we are there for you 24/7 to get things working again, with our UK based support teams. You can find out why some of our customers chose to work with us in the case studies here.
We also have a number of blogs looking at issues specific to the food & drinks sector, which you can read here:
If you missed any of our webinars, then you can watch them here:
Meeting Warehouse Management Challenges in the Food & Drink industry
Produmex WMS Demo: Delivery route planning with load management
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