The companies said their partnership will focus on providing insights and resources to help FSA members optimize their supply chains, improve efficiency, and reduce costs.
“We are thrilled to partner with FTR and bring their deep expertise and data-driven information to our members,” said Paul Newbourne, FSA executive director. “As an organization that represents the interests of the food shipping industry, we are constantly looking for ways to help our members improve their operations and improve their supply chains.
“This partnership with FTR is a natural fit, as both organizations share a commitment to innovation and excellence.”
The partnership will include FSA member access to FTR’s transportation intelligence tools and resources, as well as regular updates on market trends and regulatory changes that impact the industry. FSA members also will have the opportunity to participate in webinars and other educational events that provide insights into best practices and emerging trends in transportation.
“Partnering with Food Shippers of America is an exciting opportunity for FTR to expand our reach and provide valuable insights to a critical sector of the transportation industry,” said Jonathan Starks, CEO of FTR. “We look forward to working with FSA members to help them optimize their operations and navigate the complex landscape of transportation.”