There are many excellent third-party logistics (3PL) providers in the industry, including those who specialize in handling temperature-sensitive products such as fresh, perishable food. However, there is no margin for error in this space. Mistakes, delays, and lack of focus can result in food waste, diminished shelf life or more significantly, failed food safety regulations and potentially endangering consumers. Competency is critical when it comes to cold chain management. However, that’s only the starting point.
What makes Burris Logistics the provider of choice for so many national wholesalers and direct-to-consumer brands?
McDonough, GA — A family-owned and operated food-service redistribution, public refrigerated warehousing, and retail specialty company — continues to grow, with an all-new, 250,000 square foot public refrigerated warehouse (PRW) in McDonough, Georgia, 30 miles...
ORLANDO, FLORIDA — Burris Freight Management, a business line of Burris Logistics — provider of customized supply chain solutions — announced today that it has acquired Iowa-based, Streamline Logistics. “We are pleased to welcome the employees and customers of...
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