The cold chain industry is always looking for methods to improve efficiency, quality, and service.
The transportation of temperature-sensitive products requires a detailed and highly coordinated strategy.
Food spoilage is an urgent problem in the global supply chain.
The digital revolution has transformed nearly every aspect of how we live and work.
Managing a perishable food supply chain has challenges that require strict operational practices in order to ensure the product is safe and FSMA compliant.
To improve the cold chain processes, it’s essential to understand the value of reliable real-time temperature monitoring.
The cold chain industry is a key part of the world economy and continues to shape the consumer market.
As 2017 comes to an end, the cold chain industry continues to develop and transform as new technological and regulatory concerns start to have an effect.
Monitoring Temperatures Throughout the Cold Chain
A top challenge the cold chain is temperature excursions, which can affect perishable item quality and safety.
Smart devices have made downloading and displaying in-transit temperature data more convenient and reliable.
Each day, millions of cases of food product are delivered to restaurants, schools, hospitals, and other food service establishments.
Accurate cold-chain temperature monitoring is the key to keeping food and other perishable shipments safe and fresh.