Ready to improve your real-time decision making and your bottom line? Read on to find out the five key characteristics of a successful, profitable, and strong supply chain.
How to Have a Strong Supply Chain
- Set it and Forget it Automation
Implementing “set it and forget it” of Automation not only saves you and your team headaches, but it also provides the proper documentation required for compliance with the FSMA Final Rule for Sanitary Transportation of human and animal food products. At Cargo Data, our Lightning and Streamer4G Real Time temperature monitoring systems issue alert texts and emails if shipment temperatures surpass safe limits while in-transit.
According to recent studies, having a sustainable cold chain can improve a company’s bottom line and have long-term economic and environmental impacts. To move toward greener solutions and reduce your carbon footprint, consider using sustainable packaging and automating supply chain transactions to eliminate the need for paper.
3. New Technologies
The emergence of smartphones, tablets, IoT, blockchain, and other smart technologies have continued to advance the cold chain industry. If you want to eliminate costly and expensive claims, it’s essential to invest in new and upcoming technologies, such as:
- Cloud Technology
Cargo Data has created KoldLink Universal software, a simple software that is free, user-friendly, and supports all conventional data-logging Cargo Data recorders. Users can view, analyze, and print detailed reports. All data is automatically uploaded to TheCloud for online archiving.
- Real-Time Temperature Monitoring
Bottom line, you need to take every precaution to ensure your food and other perishable items in your cold chain stay safe and fresh. To accomplish this, you’ll need accurate cold-chain temperature monitoring. At Cargo Data, our powerful and innovative real-time cold chain monitoring solutions provide easy access to real time temperature and location data of your temperature-sensitive shipments.
Your organization should prepare for the unexpected and adapt to new challenges. By having an organized action plan, you’re able to improve efficiency and encourage your employees to stay at the top of their game.
Cold chain integration requires all hands on deck. Your organization’s team of management, sales, logistics, purchasing, and engineering should implement proper communications to maximize efficiency from the point of origin to the point of consumption.
Contact Cargo Data for Real-Time Temperature Monitoring
If you’d like to know more about our real-time temperature monitoring and how it can prevent costly errors and improve operational efficiency, give us a call. We offer free consultations and can be reached at (800) 338-8134.