We hear from a lot of companies that creating and maintaining raw material and finished goods specifications takes too long. One hurdle companies face is effective collaboration across departments. When it comes to suppliers, the slow-motion collaboration bogs down further. Most businesses still rely on static tools such as spreadsheets, shared drives, and sluggish databases to manage specifications, making it difficult to track progress and status. If you’re managing specifications like this, there’s a better way.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, TraceGains is working with suppliers, manufacturers, and its many business partners to help companies navigate the threat and avoid disruption, identify emerging supply chain risks, and maintain compliance. Featuring experts from the University of Minnesota and AIB International, we’ll share the latest insights on emerging supply chain risks and demonstrate three new online tools that can help supply chain leaders make better decisions to lessen the pandemic’s impact on their operations.
To protect the health of workers and customers, food and supplement manufacturers in the United States are strict about sanitation every day. The COVID-19 pandemic has made the issue even more critical as our country works to contain this crisis. In addition to continuing regular rigorous sanitation practices, manufacturers must increase efforts to sanitize operations and maintain hygienic conditions during the current threat. Strong sanitation programs, incorporating multiple interventions and integrated with other food safety systems, can ensure product safety and quality.