The fresh supply chain is evolving and consumers have more choices than ever when it comes to fresh foods. That shift is creating a number of opportunities within the fresh supply chain, said Andy Moses, senior vice president of global products for Penske Logistics.
Moses spoke during the Trading Partner Alliance Supply Chain Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana, earlier this year and outlined opportunities that exist within the fresh supply chain.
A pair of Penske Logistics senior leaders will be panelists for a leading food and beverage event taking place in New Orleans, the Trading Partner Alliance (TPA) Supply Chain Conference. Hosted by the Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) and the Food Marketing Institute (FMI), it takes place at the New Orleans Marriott from February 22 to February 24.
- February 23: Joe Carlier, senior vice president of global sales, will take part in Beating the Bottleneck – How Retailers and CPGs can Overcome the Mounting Transportation Squeeze. He will highlight Penske’s strategic grocery channels solutions.
- Read Session Article: How Retailers and Manufacturers Can Overcome the Mounting Transportation Squeeze.
- February 23: Andy Moses, senior vice president of global products, is an expert for Gaining the Advantage in the Fresh Supply Chain. Moses will discuss how the company supports its customers in enhancing time-sensitive food delivery best practices.
- Read Session Article: Gaining Advantage in the Fresh Supply Chain
By “Move Ahead” Staff