Fonterra and meat processor Silver Fern Farms have partnered to form a new freight management company to help improve New Zealand’s supply chain operations.
The Queensland Government is planning to build a new meat processing facility to help boost the state’s beef and cattle industry.
The Australian Food and Grocery Council (AFGC) and logistics company CHEP Australia have launched an index that measures economic activity up to three months in advance.
Coles has reappointed Linfox to continue its product distribution in New South Wales.
The Australian food industry has a genuine concern that a carbon tax will have a financial impact on every aspect of their businesses, increasing costs on each component.
Fonterra has announced it will spend $27 million to make its tanker fleet safer, greener and easier to handle.
The award will provide incentive and recognition for individuals working in transport, supply chain & logistics industries.
Industrial Conveying said the key to maximising technological integration and production flow is to get this factor right at the design stage.
Datamonitor’s Product Launch Analytics report forecasts trends in food and packaging for 2010 and beyond.
Australia’s State and Territory leaders have been urged by the AFGC to endorse new reforms to streamline transport and logistics networks to provide greater efficiencies for the food and grocery industry.
GS1 US announces launch of groundbreaking Foodservice initiative with leading manufacturers, distributors and operators.
The New Zealand kiwifruit industry is export driven, built on consistent and timely delivery of quality fresh fruit.
As a major sponsor of the AIEx and proud supporter of the Food for Thought event, TridentGLOBAL would like to invite you to attend a special event tomorrow in Adelaide.
The Organic Dairy Farmers of Australia co-operative has established a significant platform for ‘certified’ organic dairy products under their own “True Organic” brand.
ABB Grain has loaded Australia’s largest-ever single shipment of canola at its Port Lincoln terminal.
Attendees at last week’s Smart 2009’s Breakfast Series seminars received insights into the strategy secrets for ensuring supply chain and logistics organisations stay relevant and successful during the current recession.
With less than five months to go until AUSPACK 2009, exhibitors are signing up weekly to be a part of the largest biennial packaging and processing machinery, materials and associated technology exhibition for Australia and NZ.
The Australian Institute of Packaging has bolstered packaging training and education though a cooperation agreement with the Australian Management Academy.
More than 350 people attended GS1 Australia’s premier supply chain event, Impetus 2008, held in Melbourne in October, to hear from supply chain experts and industry leaders.
The on demand B2B Network from Sterling Commerce makes it easier for companies to securely integrate trading processes and enhance automation.