Holland, Mich., Dec. 15, 2009 — In a field as competitive as information technology, LeanLogistics continues to be recognized for its leadership position, most recently by the readers and editors of Food Logistics, who awarded the company designation as a Top 100 Technology provider for the sixth consecutive year.
Dedicated to covering the nation’s food supply chain, Food Logistics serves the information needs of food, beverage, and consumer packaged goods executives responsible for warehousing, transportation and information technology. This year, the magazine focused the theme on managing change through hard economic times with technology.
"Food Logistics is highly regarded for its in-depth coverage of important issues," said Dan Dershem, CEO and President, LeanLogistics. "To be included in their ranking of technology leaders is certainly gratifying, especially this being our sixth consecutive year. We’re pleased their readers identify our technology as an important solution in these challenging times.”
LeanLogistics food industry customers include Barilla America, Chiquita, Dannon, Jel Sert, Johnsonville Foods, Meijer, Nash Finch, PepsiAmericas, Pinnacle Foods, Request Foods, Rich Products Corporation, and Unilever.
“The FL100 listing provides a guide for decision-making grocery and foodservice distribution and manufacturing executives,” explains Katherine Doherty, editor-in-chief of Food Logistics magazine. “These companies rely on technology to better manager their supply chains and help weather the financial storm. The FL100 recipients have demonstrated that they can meet our reader’s specific needs.”
Final recipients are featured in the November/December 2009 issue of Food Logistics, as well as online at www.foodlogistics.com.
LeanLogistics is a global leader in SaaS on-demand transportation technology and supply chain services. LeanLogistics On-Demand TMS® delivers complete transportation planning, execution, settlement, and procurement functions that improve business processes, increase operating efficiency, and reduce costs. On-Demand TMS® currently processes millions of shipments per year representing over $5 billion in annual freight spend. Across this largest transportation network, more than 32,000 shippers, suppliers and trading partners interact with over 5,000 carriers, processing millions of transactions.
For companies outsourcing their transportation management process, LeanLogistics provides Supply Chain Services, combining the power of the On-Demand TMS® network, software as a service, and best practices to ensure clients receive maximum value.
LeanLogistics was founded in 1999 by logistics and transportation executives with a shared vision of leveraging web-based technologies to optimize supply chain processes. Headquartered in Holland, MI, LeanLogistics is a Brambles Company. For additional information, visit http://www.LeanLogistics.com or call 616.738.6400.
About Food Logistics
Food Logistics is published by Cygnus Business Media, a leading diversified business-to-business media company. The magazine serves the information needs of food, beverage and consumer packaged goods executives involved in warehousing, transportation and information technology, as well as third-party and refrigerated service providers. Through our print and online products, we provide news, trends and best practices that help more than 24,000 grocery and foodservice suppliers, distributors and retailers make better business decisions. On the web at www.foodlogistics.com.