Researchers have provided the most detailed map of routes and costings across Australia’s entire agricultural supply chain, potentially saving the industry millions of dollars annually.
Though food supply chains are sometimes complex, if we are to keep on top of issues like fraud and food safety, it is important that we know where our food comes from. Blockchain technology can help us do this.
GS1, the global business communications standards organisation recently announced a collaboration with IBM and Microsoft to leverage GS1 standards in their enterprise blockchain applications for supply chain clients. GS1’s global standards for identification and structured data enable blockchain network users to scale enterprise adoption and maintain a single, shared version of the truth about supply … Continue reading GS1, IBM and Microsoft collaborate to leverage GS1 standards in enterprise blockchain applications
Now in its 6th year, close to 900 people registered to attend the event across two weeks from Tuesday 5th September through to Thursday 14th September 2017 in both Melbourne and Sydney.
The southern Australian dairy industry is in the midst of a ‘supply chain revolution’, with unprecedented change to the way milk is procured, priced and processed, according to Rabobank.
Stibo Systems, a global leader in Business-first Master Data Management (MDM) solutions, recently announced that its STEP Trailblazer product has been officially certified by GS1 Australia for suppliers and brand owners to successfully load and maintain the National Product Catalogue in order to provide item and price synchronisation to trading partners. STEP Trailblazer is a GS1 … Continue reading Stibo Systems software certified by GS1
Producers now have a cutting-edge electronic platform for the transfer of national livestock declarations at their finger-tips.
The Food & Beverage Day at the GS1 Supply Chain Week takes place in Sydney on Tuesday 5 September and in Melbourne on Tuesday 12 September.
Food is perhaps the most challenging export for any country, as it necessitates precise delivery timings, strict customs compliance and sophisticated and reliable technology to maintain freshness and prevent contamination.
Bulla will adopt Australia’s new Country of Origin Labelling changes early, including voluntarily adopting them on ice cream products.
Signs the international community are moving away from their commitment to globalisation has been reinforced with the release of the latest CIPS Risk Index.
Growing calls for transparency throughout the supply chain are taking clean & clear label to a new and supreme level.
The meat works commissioned Omron to install a vision inspection system that would minimize the risk of sending out any non-compliant products.
A strategic partnership between Result Group and IDlocate brings together the printing expertise of Result and IDlocate’s consumer-facing authentication platform.
CHEP won gold and silver for two of its customer solutions at the 2016 POPAI Marketing at Retail Awards, announced in Sydney last week.
Global supply chain risk climbed in the second quarter of 2016, reaching the highest levels since records began in 1995, according to a key Index.
The NHVR has launched a national supply chain survey ahead of an education campaign about chain of responsibility requirements.
Described by the Economist as “the trust machine”, blockchains provide supply chain transparency and data integrity, allowing a visible assurance of authenticity.
The Australian Logistics Council has pushed for a renewed wave of national productivity that can help Australia’s supply chain industry deliver economic and social benefits to the community.
The RWTA has called on the Victorian Government to explain why it encouraged a business with a history of serial insolvency in Europe to enter the local market.