Coping with – and thriving on – rapidly changing supply and demand
Dairy prices can fluctuate dramatically within very short periods. The abolition of the milk quota and the introduction of the Phosphate Act have impacted the number of cows managed per dairy farm – and thus, the supply of milk. Dealing with and capitalizing on this dynamic environment requires real-time data and the ability to respond to changes in an agile way.
Investing in the relationship with your farmers is investing in your future
The close relation between you as a producer and the farmers is unique. The farmers responsibility is the optimal management of the cows and other milk-producing livestock. He has control and oversight over milk production. Using data-driven insights and IoT sensors, invest in your relation can improve insights in quality and supplydemand, maximize margins, avoid unnecessary losses, ensure optimal nutrition and provide the care needed to offer the highest-quality milk products to picky consumers.
Focus on operational excellence
From one raw material, many different finished or semi-finished products can result, from milk powder and milk to desserts, cheese and butter. As a company producing many types of products, keeping production flows separate is essential to maintaining an accurate overview of your business and guaranteeing freshness.