FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Clearwater, Florida (April 30, 2015) WMS software developer Datex announced that it will be launching a newsletter for the cold storage industry in May 2015. The first edition will include a recap of the recent 124th IARW-WFLO Convention & Expo in Orlando Florida.
The cold storage industry newsletter will feature information for both cold storage and refrigerated warehouse service providers as well as for the customers they service. These customers are typically those in the food/beverage, perishables and pharmaceutical industries. Included in the newsletter will be information regarding industry regulations, news, industry best practices and interviews as wells as announcements and upcoming events.
If you wish to subscribe to the cold storage industry newsletter, suggest topics or submit news, announcements or events for publication, please contact Laura Olson at 727-571-4159 or email email@example.com.
In business since 1978, Datex has provided supply chain technology solutions including software, hardware & managed services to industries such as cold storage warehousing, distribution, third party logistics (3PL). Datex FootPrint® WMS is a user friendly, highly configurable warehouse management system supported exclusively by Datex employees. The Datex FootPrint® WMS Cold Storage Edition includes customizable reporting, workflow based processes and helps enable the real time billing of accessorial tasks such as blast freezing, stretch-wrapping, packaging and other value added services. With advanced features to handle cold storage warehouse operations, Datex FootPrint® WMS is in use by refrigerated warehouses across North America. The system can be integrated with accounting, ERP, shipping, material handling and other systems and is EDI ready. Developed to improve accuracy, efficiency and productivity, Datex FootPrint® WMS helps businesses reduce costs, increase visibility and improve customer service. For more information, please visit Datex website.
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