CAULIPOWER's Ben Hosseinzadeh Recognized as Consumer Goods 2021 Visionary

Consumer Goods Technology

3 minutes

This article originally appeared in CGT, and you can read it in its original form here.

Ben Hosseinzadeh, VP, Supply Chain CAULIPOWER

Profile: 1.5 years with company and in current role

Biggest Accomplishment

CAULIPOWER, a manufacturer of better-for-you products, has been in growth mode, and the company has navigated the accompanying challenges well. Hosseinzadeh cites his work as part of CAULIPOWER’s warehouse and logistics optimization initiative, which reduced costs by 37%, increased capacity by 60%, and incorporated Unioncrate’s Integrated Business Planning platform to achieve fill rates well above industry standards.

2021 Optimism

“Economic and supply chain normalization!” (We think we can all agree on that one!)

Greatest Tech Impact

He’s most excited about artificial intelligence tools that support and allow businesses to more effectively make decisions in planning, as well as “any technology that supports visibility to connected data points from shelf performance to production.”

[Related reading: Inside CAULIPOWER's 'Forecasting Superpower']

Fun Facts

New Quarantine Hobby

Illustrating/drawing

Most Necessary Tech

Check another box for Apple as Hosseinzadeh points to his Apple Watch as the technology he can't live without.

Little-Known Fact

Hosseinzadeh is a black belt in karate.

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