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It’s impossible to read an article today whether it is related to food safety and transportation, or even the drug supply chain, without seeing a mention of Block Chain somewhere on the page, or within the article. It is almost like a new era for the Internet and any other data “carrier” service, but we are assured by the “experts” that it will power the Internet of Things (IOT), and potentially will open doors to many other logistics services applications.
By Peter Norton
Author: Peter Norton
Peter Norton is currently employed as the Business Development Director for DeltaTrak Inc., of Pleasanton CA. His primary areas of expertise relate to Cold Chain and Supply Chain Logistics Solutions, for which he advises clients on processes related to Cold Chain shipping solutions, Risk Assessment, Inventory Management and the emerging new rules and regulations for Cold Chain linked into Track and Trace and e-Pedigree.
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In a world where almost everyone has a smart phone and other mobile devices, DeltaTrak is moving along with technology by developing mobile temperature logging devices for transit, and one of their newest products, the FlashLink Mini, fits nicely into this trend.
A new release from DeltaTrak® offers possible tracking solutions for import/export operations. Single-use and compact in size, DeltaTrak® says that its FlashLink Mini PDF In-Transit Logger was developed for streamlined ease of use.
Even though many of the sections that make up the new combined FSMA regulations are published and in a complete form, this year we will see two new sections being released as a final ruling.
The 7 Pillar Rules are advancing into the final stretch. The FDA will have their action plan ready to implement in 2015-2016. Essentially, the gavel will hit the sounding block before the next Presidential election, or at the time the court-imposed deadlines approach.
By Ray Caron
Author: Ray Caron
Ray joined DeltaTrak in 2010 as Marketing Manager and currently holds the position of Senior Vice President of Marketing, Business Development and Chief Operating Officer of DataMark Inc.
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Let’s say you’re ‘small potatoes’ in a field of industry giants. If your company is a registered facility under the U.S. Food Safety Modernization Act, you’re probably worried about compliance costs and uncertainties once the FSMA rules comes into play. If you are not particularly thrilled about this new regulation, and feel these rules will yield headaches instead of benefits – look for the silver lining.
NASA created the HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points), which is a global standard developed as part of Codex Alimentarius to improve upon and synchronize international food standards, guidelines, and codes of practice to protect the health of consumers.
Do you have an up-to-date food safety plan? How secure are your sanitary transportation operations? Are your standards and procedures on par with the sanitary cold chain market? Do you have an HACCP plan in place already? If you were approached for an audit, would you pass an FDA inspection and be able to show officials your records dating back at least two years?
With all the “Breaking News” headlines we receive related to food safety matters, it is easy to get troubled on the domestic front, or for any of us that travel abroad. The weekly saturation of emails and notices I read on this topic reveal disturbing facts that would turn even the most iron-clad of stomachs sour.
With the recently proposed FSMA ruling set forth by the FDA, Deltatrak, Inc. is poised to establish itself within the food industry as a leading cold chain monitoring and solutions-based company. DeltaTrak’s contamination prevention tools and monitoring technology will help handlers, suppliers, and distributors comply with the Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food Rule's strict guidelines and food safety standards.
Most of the focus of this blog is generally on the pharmaceutical side of the business related to cold chain, supply chain and the management of temperature controlled drug related products.