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See how Southern Ice Cream reduced drive time while maximizing sales.

Frozen and refrigerated foods are tricky to service. In addition to the inherent challenges of direct store delivery (DSD) —high fuel costs, deadhead miles, driver shortages, unpredictable roadways—drivers need to factor in freezer defrosts, delivery, and restocks with a product that must stay cold.

Southern Ice Cream company wanted a solution that could boost driver and customer satisfaction alike while preventing profit from melting away. By implementing IntegraSys software and Brother mobile printers, they realized all this and more.

Read on to see how Southern Ice Cream was able to ensure smooth operations and long-term success. Plus learn how you can test out a mobile printing solution for FREE.

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