On April 15th, Heineken announced it would ramp up efforts to become a more sustainable company, including reducing its carbon footprint in four critical areas: agriculture, packaging, distribution, and cooling. “We aim to be carbon neutral in our production sites by 2030 in … [Read more...] about Taking a Sustainable Cue From Heineken
Top 10 Truck Bottlenecks in the U.S.#1 Fort Lee, NJI-95 at SR 4#2 Cincinnati, OHI-71 at I-75#3 Atlanta, GAI-285 at I-85 (North)#4 Atlanta, GAI-20 at I-285 (West)#5 Houston, TXI-45 at I-69/US 59#6 Chicago, ILI-290 at I-90/I-94#7 Chattanooga, TNI-75 at I-24#8 St. Louis, MOI-64/I-55 … [Read more...] about Top 10 Truck Bottlenecks in the U.S.
The UK is the top destination for containerized exports of U.S. wine, which primarily enters through the Port of Southampton, with smaller numbers of TEU (twenty-foot equivalent units) entering via Liverpool, Felixstowe and London. Last year, the Port of Southampton handled … [Read more...] about UK Port Congestion Squeezing US Wine Exporters’ Supply Chain
How did that ship get inside the bottle? It doesn't make sense. Likewise, shipping wine bottles across the ocean may not make sense either. The topic of shipping and wine bottles was posed by Lulie Halstead, CEO of Wine Intelligence, during IMW’s recent “Impact of Climate Change … [Read more...] about A Ship In a Bottle, Or Bottles On Ships: Neither Makes Sense
eProvenance, IBM launch VinAssure™ platform to optimize wine supply chain. The complexities of the global wine supply chain mirror the variables and intricacies of wine itself. While both have aspects of predictability and controllable outcomes, there is also a lot of … [Read more...] about New Blockchain Solution Takes Wine Monitoring To The Next Level