Let’s Celebrate: The Western Growers Transportation Program Turns 10.Transportfolio
Transportation is (and always has been) a fundamental issue for fresh produce. In fact, a handful of growers in the Imperial Valley located in southern California founded Western Growers because of a transportation issue. The particular issues they faced in 1926 were tied to the railroad—rates, service levels, and equipment availability to be specific. And 10 years ago, we still faced many of those same problems, across all modes. So we created the Western Growers Transportation Program (WGTP).
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Community, Supply Chain
Guest Post: Western Growers—Moving at the Speed of Business with Strong Logistics Partners
In one capacity or another, I’ve been a part of Western Growers for going on 40 years. While my role has shifted and changed over the years, I’ve always been committed to upholding the organization’s 90 year reputation for integrity, excellence, and leadership. My goals were possible thanks in part to the strategic relationships I’ve formed over the years. Western Growers is seen as an industry leader because of the innovative solutions we bring to our members. But we got there by pairing with the best, most strategic partners out there. Just as supply chains are becoming less transactional, so are the business relationships we forge.
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