If you want to keep food and other perishable items in your cold chain safe and fresh, you’ll need accurate cold-chain temperature monitoring. At Cargo Data, we have developed real-time cold chain monitoring solutions which provide easy access to vital temperature data of your valuable temperature sensitive shipments. In addition to keeping food fresh and safe, here are 5 reasons why you need real-time temperature monitoring in your cold chain.
Why Your Cold Chain Needs Real-Time Temperature Monitoring
Maintain Regulatory Compliance
Our temperature recorders automate compliance with the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) and additional food safety regulations by providing proof that perishable food items have been transported at safe temperatures.
Set it and Forget it Automation
The “set it and forget it” level of automation provides all the documentation required for compliance with the FSMA Final Rule for Sanitary Transportation of human and animal food products. Our system will issue alert texts and emails if shipment temperatures exceed safe limits while in-transit. This new technology is viewed as being more “foolproof” than conventional devices which must be downloaded.
Increased Profitability and Reduced Spoilage
Businesses who utilize real-time temperature monitoring will increase their profits by reducing shrink and costly spoilage claims and redelivery fees.
24/7 Location Data
Cargo Data’s real-time systems uses cell tower triangulation technology to provide approximate location of the shipment at a given time.
Cargo Data has further implemented an advanced “Alert Pre-configuration” program which simplifies the work of shipping clerks at the origin location. Vital information is pre-loaded into Cargo Data’s system so the shipping clerk needs to only note the device serial number and activate the instrument.
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.