MosaicThe Mosaic Company strives to increase efficiency by restructuring and automating its warehouses throughout North America.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing 

The Mosaic Company’s mission is to help the world grow the food it needs. They do that by producing the highest quality and most innovative crop nutrition products that help farmers rise to the challenge of feeding a growing population. To continue to achieve that mission in a cyclical industry with increasing competition from overseas, the company is in a state of transformation to increase efficiency. 

Corning picCorning Incorporated is transforming its global supply chain through innovative solutions. 

By Kat Zeman, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Driven by a desire to create a better experience for its customers and partners, Corning Incorporated is transforming its global supply chain. 

Corning is a multinational technology company that specializes in specialty glass, ceramics and related materials and technologies including advanced optics, primarily for industrial and scientific applications.

Jack Daniels picJack Daniel’s is investing millions into expansion to meet demand for its best-selling world whiskey brand.  

By Kat Zeman, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Move over, Johnnie Walker. Jack Daniel’s has taken over the reins of the whiskey kingdom. The 152-year-old American whiskey maker surpassed Scotland-based Johnnie Walker and holds the top spot as the world’s best-selling world whiskey brand.  

Both Jack and Johnnie have their fans. But Jack is at the top of its game when it comes to sales. To put it candidly, everybody in business is in business to succeed and Jack Daniel’s is succeeding. 

AirBoss of America picAirBoss’ supply chain team is adjusting well to industry challenges.
By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

AirBoss of America Corp. is in the business of helping its clients conquer their challenges. “As engineers, we help our customers solve their problems and discover superior rubber-based solutions that can improve their bottom lines,” Vice President of Corporate Supply Chain Kimberly Gallagher says.

Based in Newmarket, Ontario, and with locations in Kitchener, Ontario; Acton Vale, Quebec; Auburn Hills, Mich.; Scotland Neck, N.C.; and Landover, Md., the firm is one of North America’s leading custom compounding companies and manufactures rubber-based formulations and products. “We serve various industries, including automotive, heavy industry, construction and infrastructure, oil and gas, and defense,” she says.

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Sonic ManufacturingSonic is ‘razor focused’ on keeping its clients happy and successful.
By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

For Sonic Manufacturing Technologies, the No. 1 goal is making customers happy and successful. “Everything is so razor focused on that one goal,” Vice President of Supply Chain David Ginsberg declares. Regardless of schedule compression or engineering changes, delivering on time is Sonic’s highest priority.

In many companies, he notes, the various departments are at odds. For example, financial departments are incentivized to reduce inventory while customer service teams will want to increase it. This leads to conflicting metrics, unaligned processes and therefore frustrated customers. “We don’t have  misalignment,” he asserts.

PyramidPyramid works closely with customers to tailor material handling systems and software to their needs.
By Jim Harris, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Media

Pyramid believes in taking a personalized approach to overcoming its clients’ material handling obstacles. “We apply a different methodology than a lot of others in our industry,” says Gary Cash, vice president of solution development for the Cincinnati-based company. “We believe it’s important to get to know our customers, because every solution may not fit every client. We want to facilitate growth in the best way that suits their business.”

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