Application Notes & Case Studies

  1. Ensure Product Quality And Boost Profits

    Amway, the world’s largest direct selling business, is often called the original social network. In this environment, success is driven by the power of relationships and a strong sense of responsibility prevails, including a commitment to maintain the highest product quality. This led Amway to turn to METTLER TOLEDO’s Product Inspection Group and establish a collaborative problem-solving relationship. Amway has now installed six Safeline x-ray inspection systems and eight Hi-Speed checkweighers at their state-of-the-art food manufacturing facility that produces Nutrilite® nutritional powered products such as the top-selling All Plant Protein Powder.

  2. Ensure Brand Protection Using Metal Detection

    Key Ingredient Market, a food processor of unique hand-crafted spreads and dips that got its start at farmers’ markets, spent its first five years using ice cream scoops to hand-fill their 6.5 oz. tubs. When this husband-and-wife team decided to expand, they needed new equipment that could help them grow. Knowing their uncompromising quality is at the heart of their success, Key Ingredient chose Mettler-Toledo Safeline’s Signature Touch metal detector.

  3. Exquisite Frozen Cake Manufacturer Increases Product And Process Quality

    Mettler-Toledo Hi-Speed Combination Checkweighers Maximum product quality has to be guaranteed, and has come to be expected, from the customers of this frozen desert specialist. Top quality checkweighing and metal detection systems are essential in ensuring this quality.

  4. Spice Manufacturer Installs X-Ray Inspection Equipment To Detect Foreign Contaminants

    Almi GmbH & Co whose headquarters and production site is in Oftering near Linz in Austria is one of the leading global manufacturers of high-quality spice blends and additives for sausage, ham, meat, and fish products.

  5. CraftMark Bakery Installs ERP System

    A 225,000-square-foot baking facility outside the Indianapolis International Airport is not exactly the first thing one would associate with the term “disruptive innovator”—but that was the goal when CraftMark Bakery, a B2B supplier of frozen bakery goods, launched its business in 2013. To make its mark in the competitive baking industry, CraftMark needed to ensure efficient operations and remain agile to reinvent traditional business processes.

  6. Coda Coffee Employs Global Business Management Solution

    In starting their sustainable and well-respected coffee brand, the Thwaite brothers knew they had to ensure Coda Coffee’s growth curve didn’t model a caffeine buzz—rapid movement, then a crash. To diversify from B2B distribution to online B2C sales and retail locations, and expand to coffee equipment maintenance, it needed industry-specific accounting functionality, inventory visibility and real-time data access that its QuickBooks and manual processes couldn’t provide.

  7. Earth-Kind Uses NetSuite ERP
    Earth-Kind Gets Lean, Mean and Green with NetSuite.
  8. Jollibee Foods Uses Cloud ERP

    Global Food Chain Deploys NetSuite OneWorld Across 265 Stores in China.

  9. International Spices Finds Its Recipe For Success With Netsuite

    For International Spices, a custom spice blender and distributor, a lack of integration between its Microsoft Dynamics GP and Sage CRM software was seriously limiting its success. Order management required separate entries in each system and sales reps couldn’t access the most updated information in real-time. The lack of end-to-end visibility into operations meant the business couldn’t ensure optimal stock levels or streamline regulatory compliance.

  10. Land O’Lakes Needed A Scalable Platform To Grow Into New Markets

    Founded in 1921, Land O’Lakes is continuing its history of innovation with strategic objectives to enter new global markets. The $15 billion food and agriculture cooperative needed an agile, scalable platform for new ventures.