Supply chain solutions provider, NFI, has been chosen by Food Logistics as a 2015 Top 3PL and Cold Storage Provider. Food Logistics, the only publication dedicated exclusively to global supply chain solutions for the food and beverage industries, chose NFI for the listing based on the company’s experience, commitment to sustainability, and specialized solutions.
The Food Logistics Top 3PL & Cold Storage Providers list serves as a resource guide of third-party logistics and cold storage providers whose products and services are critical for companies in the global food and beverage supply chain. Companies on this year’s Top 3PL & Cold Storage Providers are profiled in the August 2015 issue of Food Logistics, as well as online at http://www.foodlogistics.com.
Providing supply chain solutions to the food and beverage industries is a core competency of NFI. Throughout its international warehousing and transportation operations, NFI has implemented technological and operational innovations to ensure quality service to food shippers under dry and temp-controlled conditions. NFI’s intermodal refrigerated containers, refrigerated trailers, and built-to-suit warehouses all provide safe and efficient methods to transport temperature-sensitive and perishable goods. Maximizing full truckloads is a priority of the company, allowing for more efficient operations and significant savings. NFI also specializes in cross-border best practices, importing food and beverage products to the U.S. and Canada from around the world, and exporting goods to even the most remote locations.
“Food safety is one of the biggest issues for today’s 3PLs and cold storage providers, who are confronted with new demands from consumers, customers and regulatory compliance requirements as a result of the Food Safety and Modernization Act,” noted Lara L. Sowinski, editor-in-chief for Food Logistics. “The companies on Food Logistics’ 2015 Top 3PL & Cold Storage Providers list are among those in our industry who are expanding their portfolio of services to meet these new demands related to food safety while simultaneously assuring cold chain integrity.”