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3 Candy Transportation Habits You May Need to Break

Feb 15, 2018 / by Jerry Critchfield posted in Confectionery Logistics


When it comes to eating too much candy, some people find it a hard habit to break.  And, when it comes to candy transportation, many confectionery shippers have a few bad habits of their own.  The following details three common examples.

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Pool Distribution for Confectionery Products

Mar 19, 2015 / by Connie Anderson posted in Pool Distribution, Confectionery Logistics


Freight logistics professionals can learn something from Match.com - the dating services that links you with complimentary partners.

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Candy Distribution Video

Jan 14, 2015 / by Connie Anderson posted in Logistics Management, Cold Chain Managment, Confectionery Logistics


At Weber, we distribute a lot of candy.

In fact, if you’ve eaten any of the sweet snacks pictured here and you live in the Western U.S., it’s a pretty sure bet that the candy traveled through a Weber distribution center. 

What exactly happens at Weber’s temperature-controlled warehouses to ensure that the quality and integrity of these products are maintained throughout the cold chain distribution cycle?

Check out this 2-minute video to find out.

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Freight Consolidation Strategy Provides Sweet Savings

Oct 22, 2014 / by Connie Anderson posted in Temperature Controlled Warehousing, Food Logistics, Confectionery Logistics, Freight Consolidation


Most retail replenishment orders require the use of higher cost, less-than-truckload (LTL) freight for final-mile delivery. As a result, small and mid-sized companies struggle to meet daily retail replenishment requirements, while still keeping a rein on freight costs.

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