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Cimcorp named to Food Logistics’ FL100+ list for fifth consecutive year

Dec 17, 2019 Cimcorp North America

Cimcorp was recognized for its advanced robotics and software solutions that help food and beverage companies optimize warehouse operations, speed of fulfillment and product freshness 

GRIMSBY, Ontario -Cimcorp, a manufacturer and integrator of turnkey robotic order fulfillment and tire-handling solutions, announces it has been named to Food Logisticsmagazine’s2019 FL100+ Top Software and Technology Providers list for the fifth consecutive year. The list recognizes software and technology providers whose products and services are critical for companies in the global food and beverage supply chain.

“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,” remarked 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.”    

Notably, Cimcorp has helped food and beverage companies the world over uncover greater efficiencies, new space savings, 100-percent order accuracy and the ability to adapt to seasonal fluctuations in business. Cimcorp’s automated solutions provide advanced control over order picking and fulfillment, which is particularly beneficial in the distribution of fresh produce and products subject to strict sell-by dates. With rapid, end-to-end handling, goods can reach stores as fast as possible, maximizing freshness and shelf life. Fully integrated with its robotic systems, the Cimcorp Warehouse Control System (WCS) collects and stores data on all product movements in the warehouse, which supports food safety and traceability requirements.

Rick Trigatti, President, Cimcorp Automation Ltd., said,

“Food and beverage companies are constantly looking to deliver the freshest products to consumers while maintaining compliance with stringent food safety regulations. The warehouse plays a key role in this mission, as the proper storage and movement of products in distribution directly impact the quality of goods that reach store shelves. We’re proud to offer solutions that optimize the speed of fulfillment, supporting safer food supply chains with less chances for spoilage and waste—on behalf of food producers and consumers alike.”

To learn more about Cimcorp’s robotic solutions designed for the food and beverage market, visit the company’s website. For the full list of this year’s FL100+ winners, read the November/December 2019 issue of Food Logisticsor visit www.foodlogistics.com.

AboutFood Logistics

Food Logistics is published by AC Business Media, a business-to-business media company that provides targeted content and comprehensive, integrated advertising and promotion opportunities for some of the world’s most recognized B2B brands. Its diverse portfolio serves the construction, logistics, supply chain and other industries with print, digital and custom products, events and social media.

About Cimcorp

Cimcorp Group – part of Murata Machinery, Ltd. (Muratec) – is a leading global supplier of turnkey automation for intralogistics, using advanced robotics, material handling and software technologies. As well as being a manufacturer and integrator of pioneering material handling systems for the tire industry, Cimcorp has developed unique robotic solutions for order fulfillment and storage for the food & beverage, retail, e-commerce, fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) and postal services sectors. Together with its parent company, Cimcorp boasts a worldwide network of service locations. Designed to reduce operating costs, ensure traceability and improve efficiency, these systems are used within manufacturing and distribution centers in over 40 countries across six continents.