Rodney Strong Wine Estates operates with a single mission: “to craft exceptional Sonoma County wines that reflect our passion and creativity.” Although its wine is well recognized and enjoyed throughout the country today, the winery has yet to say “mission accomplished.” “We are much closer than we were 26 years ago, but striving for excellence is a continuous process,” says John Leyden, vice president of packaging and distribution. “We are proud of how far we have come and our goal is to keep getting better and better. I consider us one of the top wineries in Sonoma County and in California for that matter.” 

Driscoll’s has a straightforward mission: To continually delight berry consumers by aligning with its customers and berry growers.   

The company has a lot of consumers to please and a vast network of customers and berry growers to work with. Driscoll’s strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and blackberries are shipped to more than 400 customer locations before finding their way into the homes of more than 350 million consumers around the world. Driscoll’s is now recognized by global consumers as a brand that stands for great-tasting berries.

When food and beverage manufacturers and retailers need temperature-controlled warehousing and logistics services, they turn to Americold. “We’ve been around since 1903 and have grown to a network of more than 180 facilities across six countries to offer a temperature-controlled storage and distribution network that’s second to none,” Director of Strategic Sourcing Gijo George declares.

Based in Atlanta, the company owns and operates warehouses in the United States, Australia, New Zealand, China, Argentina and Canada, giving it a cold storage network capacity of 1 billion cubic feet.

For nearly 45 years, Carrousel has been dedicated to providing the best service possible to its customers. Specializing in packaging materials and equipment for a broad base of customers, Carrousel’s products can be found in some of Quebec’s largest and best-known bakeries, wholesalers and manufacturers, among others. 

With thousands of customers counting on the company every day to supply them with packaging and related equipment to keep their own products safe and secure, there’s little doubt that a properly managed supply chain is absolutely essential to Carrousel’s success. Vice President of Supply Chain Michel Bourassa says this is why the company has taken some big steps in the last few years to tighten up its supply chain processes and improve performance so that its customers know they will always receive what they need exactly when they need it. 

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