Accurate fresh produce shipping
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Every fresh produce order filled and dispatched on time. Shipping teams are guided thru the dispatch process to ensure each order is filled correctly by assigning inventory to orders and maintaining a running balance of order progress.
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Rapidly assess the orders for the day (or a date range), and compare to the inventory in stock, automatic calculations give you the balance that still needs to be packed to fill each fresh produce order.
Photos of pallets, containers, and truck registration can be easily attached to the invoice order order at any time including the point of dispatch.
Confirm pallets are loaded onto a truck by scanning them or selecting from a checklist from your mobile device.
Administration teams are alerted when orders are finished, and are presented with the correct documents for email or printing. Configure selected customers or team members to receive automatic dispatch and invoice alerts.
When an order is changed, alerts are sent to selected team members to guarantee everyone is aware of the updated order status.
Accurate fresh produce orders and fresh produce traceability
Traceability system - controlled movement of goods WaudWare is continually working to ensure our Produce Inventory Control System (PICS) software meets the requirements of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) created by the United States of America's Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency's (CFIA) latest Safe Food for Canadians Act (SFCA) regulations which demand importers of food maintain accurate traceability and third party/auditor certification information.
Both Hernandez and PARsource division manager Ron James make the point that lighting for horticulture is more nuanced than lighting for human use. For instance, James says, the light spacing for growing plants needs to be closer together than the light spacing for architectural applications.
Because of the way food traceability is set up, trace-back investigations are very often inconclusive or take weeks or more to complete,” Zografos told Food Safety News. Without being able to figure out the problem, food companies usually issue these massive, expensive, knee-jerk recalls.”
Over the past two years there have been more than 600 reported thefts of palm fresh fruit bunches in Sarawak. In response, last week the Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) said it will soon require palm oil millers to record the origin of the palm fruit they buy.
Developing a "supply shed" approach to map out the supply base of each of our CPO mills. The supply shed approach will include conducting survey of traders and independent smallholders that supply FFB to our mills and assisting them to comply with our policy. We will communicate with stakeholders in our supply shed to inform them about our sourcing policy regularly;