Chosen to level out transportation and optimize truck loads

FRANKLIN, Tennessee, June 11, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ProvisionAI, the only provider of a patented optimized replenishment transportation scheduling solution, has announced that the company has been recognized as a “Top Food Chain Technology” of 2024 Food Chain DigestThe official magazine of the Food Shippers of America (FSA). The Top Food Chain Technology program recognizes outstanding technologies in food transportation, logistics, distribution, and supply chain management. ProvisionAI’s LevelLoad levels transportation operations to reduce order bunching, and AutoO2 is a load-building optimization solution that fills trucks more for fewer carbon emissions.

According to Brian Everett, group publisher and editorial director Food Chain Digest“Technology is shaping today’s food chains by bringing transparency and efficiency to them,” said Everett. “Supply chain technology is critical because platforms, applications and innovators help avoid or proactively navigate disruptions in the food industry. This recognition program highlights technology leaders who are readily available as resources and solutions for food shippers.”

“ProvisionAI’s technologies are revolutionizing the supply chain industry,” says Tom Moore, founder and CEO of ProvisionAI. “Level Load eliminates operational silos within the organization to even out shipment schedules while considering network constraints. AutoO2 optimizes load-building plans to fill trucks with axle-legal loads that arrive without damaging product. The result is that shippers can meet surges in demand, eliminate the need to use non-preferred carriers, and keep trucks full.”

According to Everett, this is the third year that Food Chain Digest has positioned this recognition program as an initiative to serve as a resource for food shippers looking for new opportunities to leverage technologies in their supply chain strategy and execution.

Here’s how the program works: Nominations are received and reviewed Food Chain Digest Staff, with a final audit by Food Shippers of America staff. All nominees must be pure technology providers or offer a stand-alone product outside of traditional third-party logistics offerings. Nominees must have minimum annual gross global sales of US$5 million. Nominees must highlight a recent example in the past 12-18 months of how the solution helped a food shipper accomplish a critical business goal.

The second step in the process is for the industry to vote for the nominated companies with the strongest reputation and value in the food chain technology segment. New this year, voting is limited to supply chain professionals in the food industry along with manufacturers, retailers and distributors. Companies that receive a sufficient number of votes or meet additional qualifications are then named to the list, which Publishes Food Chain Digest.

To see the full list of companies named to the list, visit here And click on “Announcements”.

About ProvisionAi
ProvisionAI This ensures that global companies’ supply plans are high-service and can be executed cost-effectively…that is, planning and execution “go well together.” Levelload ProvisionAI is a transportation scheduling solution featuring optimized, capacity-constrained replenishment. AutoO2 is an adaptive load builder that converts deployment requirements into efficient, damage-free shipments. Together, LevelLoad and AutoO2 advance customer service and long-term transportation planning objectives despite the realities of supply chain network constraints. Results include improved customer service, more loads on time and in full, greater utilization of preferred freight carriers, and lower costs. Customers save millions by tendering loads early to reserve preferred carriers, optimally filling truckloads to reduce wasted capacity, improving customer order fulfillment, and reducing costs. The patented technology saves money and carbon for companies like Unilever, Baxter, P&G, and Kimberly-Clark. To learn more, visit,

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