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Real-time tracking provides temperature, humidity, light, shock, current location and expected arrival times.
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Shippers and receivers use the app to access shipment data monitored by DeltaTrak data loggers.
Many industry verticals have a cold chain element, whether it is Food, Pharmaceuticals, Floral, or even Aero-Space, but each one has its own unique requirements to meet established Guidelines or Regulations. DeltaTrak is the recognized Innovator for supplying products that exceed industry requirements for maintaining Supply Chain Integrity, from End to End.
From the moment of harvest, temperature and ethylene management are critical to maximize freshness, quality and shelf life.
Meat producers strive to maximize livestock productivity and reduce pathogens that cause foodborne illness.
Heat stress in the breeding houses, barns and hatcheries, can causes health risks, and poor production performance.
The prevention of the introduction of harmful toxins in dairy products depends on good temperature management for storage and transportation.
Seafood is one of the most highly perishable food groups, and responsible for a majority of foodborne illnesses.
The food industry is constantly challenged to deliver and serve food that is safe to eat.
The life sciences industry is the most highly regulated, in order to ensure product efficacy and patient safety.
Visibility and traceability of TATS materials ensure the quality and integrity of finished products.
Logistics companies play a crucial role in preserving temperature-sensitive cargo as it is shipped around the globe.
DeltaTrak is committed to continuous development in new technologies to improve ease of use, reliability, accuracy and real time data access.
DeltaTrak strives to provide you with the highest quality products and services at the best value possible. A comprehensive range of value-added services is an integral part of every cold chain information management program. These services include needs assessments and program recommendations, full technical support, calibration and certification services to support insurance claims, data archiving, monthly reports summarizing trip data, and assistance with data analysis.
DeltaTrak is dedicated to providing the highest quality technical support service to assist all of our customers with the successful implementation of DeltaTrak solutions and products.
DeltaTrak instruments have a limited warranty of 1 year from date of purchase against defects in materials and workmanship. Free technical support is provided for the life of the product.
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We follow the General Principals of Process Validation and guidelines of Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP).
Certificates of compliance are available for every product, utilizing measurement instruments certified against NIST reference standards.
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ISO/IEC 17025 is the single most important standard for calibration and testing laboratories around the world.
We provide enrolled VFC providers with high quality and reliable data loggers to help meet CDC requirements.
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DeltaTrak®, Inc., is a leading innovator of cold chain management and temperature monitoring solutions. Our product line includes a wide range of temperature and humidity data loggers and wireless systems.
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On December 8th, H.R. 4996-Ocean Shipping Reform Act of 2021 easily passed in the House of Representatives on by a vote of 364 to 60. The Act is designed to strengthen the overseas supply chain, support the growth of U.S. exports and eliminate unfair business practices. If this Act becomes law, it will help to ensure that ocean carriers no longer refuse cargo bookings for U.S. exports and that shipping carriers and marine terminal operators certify that any shipping container late fees are fair and comply with federal regulations.
With the ongoing challenges throughout the supply chain, DeltaTrak is continuing to provide new and innovative loggers and cloud service products to help you to get maximum visibility into your shipments.
To help you better monitor your shipments in real-time, a visit to the DeltaTrak website could be just the trip you need. From videos to blogs to real-time logger (RTL) product information, the DeltaTrak website has a set of resources to give you increased visibility into the location and condition of your shipments in the supply chain.
Responding to the risks posed by the combined threats of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Russia-Ukraine conflict, skyrocketing gas prices, and critical supply shortages, the United States federal government is taking unprecedented steps to strengthen the resilience of the supply chain and protect American families. The Biden-Harris administration is focused on improving the agility of federal and state governments to respond to supply shortages by encouraging competition, diversity, and new entrants.
Over the past two and a half years since the first COVID-19 cases emerged, the global supply chain has experienced a myriad of obstacles—and continues to. From manufacturing to ocean shipping to trucking, just about every challenge that could occur, has occurred. Perhaps, however, there are some rays of light starting to emerge for the supply chain.
Recently, DeltaTrak released the new FlashTrak Connect Mobile Application. The new app builds on DeltaTrak’s best-in-class FlashTrak software. Now, FlashTrak software is available both for cloud service applications as well as mobile applications via FlashTrak Connect. The FlashTrak Connect Mobile App is a new component to enhance our FlashTrak service and provide added convenience for shippers and receivers. The app is available for free download from the App Store or Google Play and will offer users the flexibility to check trip data from anywhere.
With DeltaTrak’s RTL Prime In-Transit Loggers, you will know where your shipment is and if it has suffered a temperature abuse. These loggers provide real-time data and reporting that is viewable in the cloud, helping you make immediate decisions when it comes to your shipments and providing valuable evidence for claims. Trip information is accessible 24/7 from any internet-enabled device.
Today, it is more important than ever to have supply chain visibility into your shipments. To better help you to monitor your shipment location and condition in real-time, DeltaTrak has expanded its lineup of in-transit real-time loggers. The new FlashLink NOW 4G/5G Real-Time in-Transit Loggers (RTL) represent the next generation of data logging with large LCD screens using 4G/5G LTE with a 2G backup. Models are available for three different trip durations: 50-day, 15-day and 120-day.
Whether you’re shipping by truck, ship, or plane, it’s more important than ever to know where your shipment is and whether it has suffered any environmental abuse. Throughout the globe, supply chain bottlenecks and delays continue with no near-term end in sight. To help you get visibility into your shipment location and condition, DeltaTrak has released a series of real-time in-transit loggers.
New COVID cases are continuing to wreak havoc in world supply chains. The spread of the COVID Omicron variant has created bottlenecks throughout the world and in particular at many of the world's busiest ports in China. Operations at the world's busiest port of Shanghai are struggling to cope with shipments that have been re-routed from other large Chinese ports such as Shenzhen in the south and Tianjin in the north.
Undoubtedly, COVID-19 has had a dramatic impact on the supply chain. COVID had led to ongoing shortages of products, widespread price increases, and continued supply chain unpredictability. Indeed, when the world economy reopened after largely shutting down at the onset of COVID, supply chains couldn’t keep up with the sudden huge surge in product demand. New COVID variants and various health protocols have also weighed heavily on logistic networks.
A new queuing system has been developed and implemented to help alleviate port congestion and pollution at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. As of November 16, the system now requires cargo vessels that arrive early at the LA and Long Beach ports to wait 150 miles offshore. Previously the ships were able to stay within a small 40-mile perimeter off the ports. The new system has been developed by the Pacific Maritime Association, the Pacific Merchant Shipping Association and the Marine Exchange of Southern California as well as shipping companies and was signed off on by the twin ports. The new queuing process will not apply to vessels currently in the arrival queue.
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.
Whether you’re looking for ways to monitor the temperature of vaccines stored in refrigerators or freezers or learning the best ways to manage your shipments via truck, boat, or airplane, DeltaTrak has a wealth of resources to assist you.
When transporting a temperature-sensitive load from point A to point B, a shipper often uses a data logger to provide a record of the temperature during transport and to provide proof that no temperature abuse occurred to the shipment. This electronic record is critical for shippers and provides evidence in claims situations to verify if and where any breaks occurred in the cold chain.
A customer-oriented product development approach will not only result in a successful solution to a specific problem, it will also impact long-term business success. Developing a product around customer needs and preferences should not be based on historical behavior, however. Rather, product development should invite customer input for the purpose of understanding what will be truly impactful for the customer today. The 90’s notion of “Build it and they will come,” must be replaced by a new idea: “Build it with them, and they will stay.” The customer is then seen as a partner with whom to identify a solution. This is substantially different from creating a product based on assumptions and guesses, and hoping customers will use it.
The COVID pandemic and the just-in-time inventory system have tested the global supply chain and every industry has felt the effects. Early scenes of empty shelves, shopping carts running over with toilet paper and distraught customers point to the panic buying that precipitated many of the COVID-19 product shortages. A video which was particularly telling showed a stressed young mother who was unable to find diapers for her baby. Her phone’s camera panned the ransacked store shelves, as she lamented that the only available diapers were in large multi-pack boxes…which she could not afford.
The recent blockage of the Suez Canal by the Ever Given container ship has shown just how fragile global shipping can be. But, this Suez incident was just one episode in the overall shipping crisis triggered over a year ago by the Coronavirus pandemic. Perhaps the biggest obstacle to shipping now is the shortage of transport boxes (shipping containers). Even when these containers are available, their prices have increased to sky-high levels—from about $1000/each prior to 2020 to up to $10,000 now, according to the DW article: “Coronavirus Pandemic Triggers Shipping Container Crisis.”
How are YOU helping? For 50 years, the Earth Day movement has inspired us to adopt more sustainable ways of living and doing business. On April 22, 1970, the first Earth Day event was organized to draw attention to the effects of the previous 150 years of industrial and technological advancement. Air and water pollution from “oil spills, polluting factories and power plants, raw sewage, toxic dumps, pesticides, freeways” had taken a serious toll on human health.
When considering the contributions of women in the industries that DeltaTrak serves, we are both inspired and awestruck. Women have been instrumental in major developments in the life sciences, food and so many other fields. They bring unique perspectives to problem-solving, business building and trail blazing. Many a successful person attributes the strides they’ve made to a mother or grandmother who charted the course, providing examples of hard work and sound decision-making along the way.
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