Food & Beverage Manufacturers

Reducing Costs For Food and Beverage Manufacturers

Intense competition and expanding product portfolios require food and beverage manufacturers to sustain thin profit margins.

Product quality requirements and increasing capacity constraints have led food and beverage manufacturers to consolidate plant operations and expand into global markets. Additionally, the challenges of meeting seasonal demands, obtaining carriers, and transporting large volumes can have a severe negative impact on freshness and quality if suppliers are improperly managed. These challenges, along with new product development costs to meet shifting consumer tastes and skyrocketing transportation and logistical costs require food and beverage manufacturers to examine their supply base to find savings while still maintaining product consistency.

We have specific experience with food and beverage manufacturers and companies across numerous industries. We’ve helped negotiate millions of dollars in cost savings for hundreds of direct and indirect spend categories while driving efficiency.  Let our resources help you get the most value out of your supply chain.

With real-time market intelligence resources and subject-matter experts on staff, Corcentric adds unprecedented buying power and resources to a food and beverage manufacturers’ sourcing and procurement process. Corcentric understands the distinct needs and challenges faced by food and beverage manufacturers to properly manage and maintain suppliers. We will work with you to produce hard-dollar savings and improve operational efficiency all while ensuring product quality and consistency.

How can we do that?

The breadth of our spend category experience provides food and beverage manufacturers with access to unprecedented market intelligence sources and subject matter expertise. Our subject-matter experts can help drive margin improvement for the products and services food and beverage manufacturers need to maintain production operations.

We can help manufacturers lower their indirect and direct costs across a wide range of categories, including: