Supply chain costs contribute to roughly 30% of a grain producer’s cost of production, adding up to $75/ton. The bottleneck of this supply chain is often the port. Port staff face several complex constraints and challenges when planning their operations. They must blend product to tight protein specifications, manage storage capacities, schedule fumigations, clean, do maintenance, react to changes in product arrival and vessels failing inspection, and more. This can lead to large operating inefficiencies and added costs (primarily staff and power costs). This webinar recording will:
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