When the end product of food, fuel, fiber, lumber or pharmaceuticals is ready, it is stocked for public use.
What does this part of the food value chain look like?
At this stage in the food value chain individuals work hard to ensure all products are stocked and ready for consumer use while maintaining safety and records, and adhering to any company policies.
A warehouse or facility manager will oversee security, processes, procedures, and staff in store facilities or warehouses. They will control all warehouse facilities and the planning and layout of stores and will maintain stock records. Additionally, they will ensure inventory is stored in accordance with safety regulations and company policy. LEARN MORE
What are examples?
Cargill produces many important products that meet various needs for consumers. See how these products are selected and stocked for consumer use at Runnings, a store supported by Cargill products.
Heavy Equipment Operator/Forklift Operator
A heavy equipment or forklift operator is responsible for the loading and unloading of goods. They pull and stage orders for delivery with extreme accuracy. Furthermore, they ensure the product is transported from storage or receiving areas in a manner consistent with safety, quality and production goals. LEARN MORE
Sustainability at Cargill is very important in all that it does. Cargill is working to nourish the world in a safe, responsible and sustainable way. Ensuring worker safety and equality plays a large role in maintaining this standard.
Are you interested in connecting the business world with agriculture? The agribusiness systems career pathway is a great way to work in both the business world and agriculture by completing activities that contribute to successful agricultural production.