Stonyfield Farm implements
LeanLogistics On-Demand TMS
Dec 31, 2012 12:14 PM
LeanLogistics, a global provider of transportation management system (TMS) applications and supply chain services, has added Stonyfield Farm to its network of food and beverage On-Demand TMS clients.
Stonyfield Farm, headquartered in Londonderry NH, is a leading organic yogurt company. With plants across the United States, the yogurt producer nationally distributes certified organic yogurt, smoothies, milk, cultured soy, frozen yogurt, and ice cream.
On-Demand TMS provides Stonyfield Farm with complete supply chain visibility to meet customer demands for on-time delivery of fresh dairy products. Additionally, Stonyfield Farm leverages LeanAppoint, an appointment scheduling system, to manage transportation moves, dock capacity, and appointment scheduling.
“In the past Stonyfield Farm used a third-party logistics provider. Now by leveraging technology in-house to manage our transportation, we anticipate better control of our costs, thus resulting in cost savings,” said Ryan Boccelli, senior director of logistics at Stonyfield Farm. “LeanLogistics has other customers with complex food manufacturing companies similar to Stonyfield Farm, and we look forward to realizing the same value provided by a true SaaS TMS platform.”
A Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) transportation management system, On-Demand TMS provides complete daily planning, execution, settlement functions, and periodic strategic procurement events. It enables organizations to reduce supply chain costs and improve performance by providing superior visibility into transportation process.
For outsourced transportation systems, LeanLogistics offers Managed Transportation Services, GreenLanes, Network Optimization, and Carrier Procurement Services that leverage the data intelligence of the transportation network with best practices and transportation expertise.
For additional information, visit www.LeanLogistics.com or call 877-828-5861.
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