Four Important Steps To Take For Proper Warehouse Food Storage

Written by Small Business Magazine on February 6th, 2019. Posted in Heavy haul, Warehouse one vancouver, Warehousing and distribution

When it comes to Canadian GDP, the importance of the trucking industry can’t be overstated.

  • In Canada alone, the trucking industry employs more than 250,000 drivers and 400,000 employees while the entire industry itself is worth more than $65 billion.
  • Statistics from 2012 show that about 90 percent of Canada’s consumer products and foodstuffs are shipped by truck. In fact, two-thirds of trade between Canada and the United States is done by truck.
  • When it comes to food, the food and beverage industry is Canada’s second largest manufacturing industry in terms of value of production. In 2014 alone, shipments of food and beverage were worth more than $100 billion.
  • What’s more, the food and beverage processing industry represents about 17 percent of total manufacturing shipments and two percent for the GDP.

With the food and beverage industry being so important in Canada and with a lot of product being moved, there are a lot of benefits in u

The Case for Outsourcing Your Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Written by Small Business Magazine on April 1st, 2016. Posted in Logistics st louis, Marketing logistics, Warehousing and distribution

Logistics management services

Logistics solutions used to be simple. People would drink the day away waiting on the docks of large seafaring towns. They would wait until the setting sun cast the silouhette of some large vessel, (the shadow being the only marketing logistics anyone needed), and they would pile on the boardwalks to see which merchants were aboard. There was no such thing as order fulfillment. There was just the thrill of the man from Asia with the raw silk, and you having enough dabloons to buy his curiosities.
We’ve come a long way since those days. What was o