Listen in as Jeff Bornino, President for North America at TMX Transform, discusses the supply chain challenges facing grocery as well as emerging best practices. Executive editor Bob Trebilcock hosts.
Most of us take groceries for granted. You walk into the store, get your cart and walk through the aisles, choosing frozen and refrigerated products, produce and meat that has to be kept fresh as well as canned and packaged foods and event prepared meals. We don’t think about what it takes to get all of that product from the point of manufacture to the shelf. Or, in an increasingly digital world, to your home if you ordered online.
How is grocery coping with all of those challenges? That was the topic of discussion with Jeff Bornino, a career grocery supply chain executive with some of the nation’s leading retailers and now the leader of the North American practice for TMX Transform.
In this episode of Talking Materials Handling, Bornino explains how planning processes such as SKU rationalization and materials handling automation are transforming an industry that is essential to all of our lives.