With widespread supply chain congestion, trucking shortages, and other delays, it’s more important than ever to know where your shipment is and if it has suffered any temperature abuse. That’s where real-time data loggers can help you. With these real-time loggers, you will know the temperature, humidity and location of your products in real-time. You will be able to track truck delivery routes and get automated alerts when temperature excursions occur.
DeltaTrak will be exhibiting at the NGA Show 2021 in Booth #1041 at the Paris Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, September 19th-21st.
If you’d like to automate HACCP compliance and eliminate manual logging, be sure to stop by the DeltaTrak booth and get a demo of the new FlashCheck CMS (Compliance Management System).
During shipments, data loggers are perhaps most commonly used to monitor temperature. Having a record of when and where temperature abuse occurs can help you to resolve any shipment problems quickly and get paid faster.
But, what about other environmental factors such as humidity, light, and even shock? Measuring the humidity of a shipment is often critical—particularly when shipping certain types of produce, pharmaceuticals, and even desiccants—the very materials that help to protect products from water damage.
We recently spoke with Justin Chadwick, the Chief Executive Officer of the South African Citrus Growers Association. For the last 22 years, the CGA has been Justin’s home, but it’s safe to say agriculture has always been a part of his life, in one way or another. He’s had a very interesting career and life, and we enjoyed hearing his professional and personal story.
Having lived with the COVID-19 pandemic for over a year, almost everyone now know what a non-contact infrared forehead thermometer is. But, what about non-contact IR thermometers for surfaces rather than people. Such non-contact IR thermometers have been around for many years prior to COVID-19 and are great for getting a quick temperature measurement in a wide variety of settings. These include food establishments, distribution centers, cold storage, processing facilities, conveyer belts with moving products, and hard-to-reach areas.
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