What loggers best meet your food shipment monitoring needs? DeltaTrak may be able to help you answer this question at the upcoming IPPE (International Production & Processing Expo) at the Georgia World Congress Center, January 28-30.
If you’re looking for direct access to trip data during your commodity shipment, be sure and get a free demonstration of FlashLink In-Transit BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) Loggers.
The U.S. Poultry & Egg Association (also known as U.S. Poultry) has a long history of supporting its membership, and the poultry industry at large, by offering continuing education, funding research, and sponsoring multiple programs/events - from trade shows to college recruiting fairs.
In the 1940’s, the poultry industry, still in its infancy, sought solutions to many challenges. Some of the issues of the day were maintaining poultry health, identifying the best options for shipping and watering live chickens, breeding concerns, effective production/processing techniques, and government relations.
What must a temperature logger have and do in order to be considered an “ultimate logger”? Certainly it should be easy to use. How about on-board software to enable you to download a report in minutes? An easy-to-read LCD? Perhaps, some provision in case the trucker forgets to start it?
Such a logger does exist. The new FlashLink® PDF VU In-Transit Logger meets all of those requirements and more. This logger is truly a plug-and-play device.
Did you know that many in-transit loggers are never actually started? According to DeltaTrak hard data, 12% of loggers on inbound loads were never activated by the shipper. For these trips, shippers would have no data to support that they did what was necessary to deliver quality commodities to the receiver. This insurance and peace-of-mind would all be lost simply because the loader forgot to start the logger.
The patented Shadow Log fail-safe feature on the DeltaTrak loggers solves this problem.
Are you interested in learning how to on-board your data to the IBM Food Trust but don’t know how? Now, DeltaTrak can help take the guesswork out and allow you to upload critical data to the blockchain while helping you comply with your customer requirements.
This week, DeltaTrak announced that it has joined the IBM Food Trust, a blockchain-enabled global ecosystem for the food industry.
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