Redline Solutions headquarters outside shot of building

RedLine celebrates 20 years of produce industry service

RedLine Solutions, provider of traceability solutions for fresh produce growers/shippers, has announced its move to a new facility, which coincides with the company celebrating 20 years of serving its customers.

The company continues its focus on developing value for its customers, as it looks ahead to the next 20 years with cutting-edge new products like its new solution, a Food Safety Modernization Act (FMSA)-compliant, web-based, warehouse management system for the fresh produce segment.

In 1997, Todd Baggett, chief executive officer of RedLine, founded the company with a goal to provide exceptional customer service with integrity and dependability. Since then, RedLine has grown an extensive client base across the United States and Canada.

Today, RedLine continues to build strong long-term relationships, strengthening its portfolio of inventory and productivity software solutions, through close collaboration with customers and extensive investment in its in-house development team. It also partners with leading hardware manufacturers, enabling comprehensive solutions for clients.

“When I started RedLine Solutions, my goal was to bring together the best software, hardware and professional service team to create complete solutions that deliver unparalleled value for our customers,” said Baggett. “Twenty years later this is our reality. The cornerstone or our success is our amazing staff who really care about our customer’s success.”

RedLine develops practical whole chain traceability solutions for growers, packers and shippers. RedLine has two decades of experience integrating traceability and inventory control software, with barcode, RFID and wireless technologies that increase productivity, accuracy and efficiency.

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