Getting temperature-sensitive product from one location to another requires diligent work on the part of the shipper, 3PL, and carrier to meet modern transporting food regulations set forth by the FDA’s Food Safety Modernization Act. This comprehensive legislation defines the conditions supply chain partners need to meet to ensure their compliance.

Cold Chain Food Logistics
Cold Chain Food Logistics

There has been a substantial improvement in available technology for cold chain food logistics.
Whether you need a temperature monitoring device for produce driving intrastate or need to monitor the temperature of a potentially life-saving shipment of medicine, these temperature monitoring devices can provide real-time, continuous information and delivery of alerts to your computer, tablet, or smartphone.

Newer equipment has the ability to monitor in real time and there are devices that can monitor and relay both GPS and temperature in real time!

But what devices should you use? They range widely in price and capabilities.

PIMM™ SuD accepts data on an in-time or real-time basis using the same User Interface. The user should choose the logger that best supports their environment. For example, frozen loads can be monitored with a PIMM™ LogTag (In-Time Logger) vs. a more perishable sensitive product like produce or berries may be better suited for a PIMM™ AirTag (Real-Time Logger).

Real-Time Loggers like the PIMM™ AirTag and PIMM™ TMC provide an extra layer of quality and security by providing real-time notifications during transit. This allows the plant, carrier and distributor to have advanced warnings in order to initiate corrective actions during transit.

Don’t take the chance of transporting your perishable items without using the newest temperature monitoring technology.

To learn more about PIMM™ Supplier Delivery system, please visit our website at www.Procuro.com or call TOLL FREE today 1-888-571-PIMM (1-888-571-7466)!

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