Food Logistics, the only publication exclusively dedicated to covering the movement of product through the global food supply chain, has named 6 River Systems (6RS) to its 2019 FL100+ Top Software and Technology Providers list.
The annual FL100+ Top Software and Technology Providers serves as a resource guide of software and technology providers whose products and services are critical for companies in the global food and beverage supply chain.
“We’re thrilled to be recognized as a Top Software and Technology Provider by Food Logistics. The food and beverage supply chain has transformed dramatically since the introduction of automation, and we’re proud to provide solutions that help organizations streamline their processes even further,” said Jerome Dubois, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of 6 River Systems.
6RS’ solutions like Chuck, an automated collaborative mobile robot, and Mobile Sort, an all-in-one picking and sorting solution, are most beneficial in large warehouses, distribution centers and dark grocery stores. Facilities using these collaborative solutions enable employees to be more efficient, productive and accurate with order picking.
“Whether you’re using sensors to monitor critical temperatures for perishables or a WMS to manage inventory flows in your warehouse, software and technology are playing a vital role in the food and beverage industry,” remarks John R. Yuva, editor for Food Logistics and its sister publication, Supply & Demand Chain Executive. “The transparency and safety of the digital global food supply chain would not exist without innovations in software and technology. Our FL100+ recipients help drive supply chain compliance and regulatory changes that benefit everyone from the farmer to the food processor to the consumer.”
Companies on this year’s 2019 FL100+ Top Software and Technology Providers list are profiled in the November/December 2019 issue of Food Logistics, as well as online at www.foodlogistics.com.
Learn more about how 6RS and its automation solutions support the food and beverage industry: read this article from Modern Materials Handling.