NiceLabel se ubica entre los primeros 100 proveedores de software y tecnología fundamentales para la cadena de abastecimiento de la industria de alimentos y bebidas a nivel mundial

16. Dec. 2016

NiceLabel has been chosen to the FL 100+, Food Logistics magazine’s annual list of the top 100-plus software and technology providers to the food and beverage industry. The list 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.

Food Logistics this week released the 13th annual FL100+ list of software and technology providers that hold influential roles in the global food and beverage supply chain. Their products benefit the industry in multiple ways, from reducing food waste and extending shelf life, to facilitating safe and sanitary transportation of product while assuring regulatory compliance.

“The software and technology sector continues to generate new and exciting opportunities for growers, food manufacturers, grocery retailers and the many logistics providers that support them,” noted Lara L. Sowinski, Editorial Director at Food Logistics. “Today’s cloud-based solutions and mobile connectivity are helping create tools that are more flexible, affordable and responsive, making software and technology even more valuable to those in the global food supply chain.”

"We are honored to have again been selected among the 100 leading technological companies supporting the global food and beverage supply chain," said Ken Moir, VP Marketing at NiceLabel. "NiceLabel's next generation technology and professional services help F&B suppliers of any size directly increase their supply chain efficiency and agility: small businesses benefit from our easy-to-use label design and printing solutions, while large F&B manufacturers can standardize their labeling and marking processes and use a single software platform for all direct marking, packaging and shipping.”

Companies who earned a spot on the FL100+ list are featured in the current issue of Food Logistics, while they are also available at the magazine’s website.

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