Nice Label named top software provider to food and beverage supply chain industry

The leading global developer of label design software and label management systems has, once again, been spotlighted on the FL 100+, Food Logistics magazine’s annual list of the top 100-plus software and technology providers for the food and beverage industry. The list presents a resource guide of software and technology providers whose products and services are crucial for businesses in the global food and beverage supply chain.

Confident male and female distribution warehouse workers prepare to send out packages to customers. A female employee is placing a mailing label on the package. A male employee is using a digital table tin the foreground.

This news tops off a highly-successful year for Nice Label in which it was similarly named in Supply Chain Brain’s 100 Great Supply Chain Partners for a second time. The company also launched a non-commercial and non-profit-based initiative supporting organisations involved in fighting Covid-19, with free subscriptions of its cloud-based labelling solution and technical consulting services.

The move accelerated the supply of vital equipment and materials, including respirators, disinfectants, masks or other critical supplies. Nice Label’s Label Cloud is the world’s first public cloud-based label management system, developed to allow businesses of all sizes and industries to digitally transform their factory and warehouse labelling process at a rapid pace.

Nice Label’s Label Cloud is the world’s first public cloud-based label management system

Food Logistics and Supply & Demand Chain Executive editor-in-chief, Marina Mayer said: “From fleet management, to warehouse management, to simply just track and trace along the cold food chain, these software and technology providers have definitely stepped it up to ensure cold food and beverage products continue moving along the line without incident. This pandemic has thrown the food industry a curveball, but many of these providers fast-tracked the development and deployment of their solutions to ensure food safety, traceability, visibility and quality assurance.”

Nice Label vice president marketing, Ken Moir commented: “We are, once again, delighted to have been designated among the 100 leading technology companies supporting the global food and beverage supply chain. This important recognition reflects Nice Label’s focus on enabling digital transformation in the supply chain through the digitization of labelling processes, helping our customers to reduce their costs and grow their businesses by using our solutions.”

Companies who earned a spot on the FL100+ list are featured in the current issue of Food Logistics, as well as online at www.foodlogistics.com.