10-4 Systems, provider of the leading supply chain visibility software in the transportation industry, announces that it has partnered with Anheuser Busch, the nation's largest brewer and a subsidiary of AB InBev, one of the world's top five consumer product companies.
Based in Boulder, CO, 10-4's supply chain visibility technology allows shippers to quickly identify any shipments at risk and take action to improve results. The solution provides real-time tracking of products and raw materials from the manufacturer to the final destination. 10-4 is improving and strengthening AB's supply chain operations, by making data readily available to all stakeholders, including breweries, wholesalers and supplier partners.
"We couldn't be more pleased to embark on this long-term, strategic partnership with AB; they are a world-class organization and have been a terrific, progressive partner," said 10-4's CEO, Travis Rhyan. "AB recognized an opportunity to improve their customer's product and shipment visibility experience. Our technology was able to help them achieve this goal through centralizing carrier visibility and modernizing the methods in which those events were communicated to their end-users."
James Sembrot, Anheuser-Busch's Sr. Director of Logistics Strategy, said, "We're committed to using technology to enhance our supply chain processes. Using 10-4's platform, we are now tracking all shipments from our U.S. breweries through customer delivery, enabling our logistics operations team to proactively address any transportation issues. 10-4 has been a great partner and has developed a user-friendly technology."
About 10-4 Systems:
10-4 is redefining the future of transportation by providing an integrated, automated visibility pOréal connecting Shippers, Carriers and Brokers to track freight and provide delivery notifications. 10-4's Freight POréal software and integration provides streamlined communication by giving companies end-to-end visibility of their inbound and outbound shipments. This technology enables the industry to save costs and reduce manual, time consuming traditional methods, while reducing the overall carbon footprint of the diesel-heavy transportation industry.
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