One of the Largest Distributors of Fresh Produce in the US Implements TMS, Optimizer and Private Fleet Modules – Expanding Footprint of the NJ-Based Logistics IT Provider among Leading US Food Shippers
December 15, 2016 – Fair Lawn, NJ – UltraShipTMS proudly announces the latest addition to its bumper crop of food shipping customers – Castellini Group of Companies. With more than 3,000 fruits, vegetables and floral items including a complete line of fresh-cut value added, organic, specialty and locally grown products for the retail and foodservice markets, the Castellini Group of Companies is a produce industry leader. UltraShipTMS is to implement its transportation management system (TMS) to automate Castellini’s inbound and outbound shipping processes.
Castellini also elected to enable Ultra’s LoadFusion optimization module for achieving the most effective loading, rating and routing of truckload and LTL shipments, as well as Ultra’s Private Fleet Management tools to manage the food shipper’s private fleet resources.
The Castellini Group of Companies is just the latest high volume food shipper to elect to implement the UltraShipTMS solution which has become the logistics IT solution favored by leading food shipping organizations. Castellini joins esteemed food producers, distributors and packagers using the UltraShipTMS platform such as Perdue Farms, Tyson Foods, Land O’ Lakes, Aurora Organic Dairy, KeHE Distributors, Giorgio Foods Xpress and others.
Chris Noble, the UltraShipTMS Implementation Manager assigned to the new Castellini project expressed readiness and excitement for impending implementation saying, “Castellini is about to experience the significant benefits already enjoyed by the swelling list of food shipping companies using UltraShipTMS solutions. We’re particularly excited to show Castellini the benefits of using the UltraShip platform for management and optimization of their private fleet resources from the same screen as their common carriers using UltraShipTMS and LoadFusion Optimizer – something not easily accomplished using other solutions.”