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How Modern Temperature Loggers Can Help You Master the Cold Chain

October 28, 2022

October 28, 2022

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There are plenty of risks involved in hauling perishable commodities—and every logistics manager strives to mitigate as many risks as possible. Stringent cold chain custody helps maintain product quality throughout every supply chain touch point—to minimize product spoilage or damage. Failing to maintain cold chain custody leads to product rejection and can cut profit margins, add to yearly transaction costs, and negatively impact retailers’ ability to restock their shelves. That’s enough to cause many a sleepless night for cold chain logistics professionals. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

Our latest white paper, Master the Cold Chain by Using Modern Temperature Loggers, offers a fresh perspective on cold chain management and what it takes to move time- and temperature-sensitive products around town, coast-to-coast, or across the globe. Designed to inspire, inform, and educate, this piece will help you gain confidence and assurance that your products will arrive on time, in full, and without compromising product integrity or quality.

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3 Key Takeaways

Whether you ship avocados from Mexico, vaccines from Europe, or any other temperature-sensitive commodity, you know what happens when products get rejected due to high-temperature readings. It usually results in costly penalties, product loss, time-consuming insurance claims, and potential damage to the relationships between transportation providers and customers. Here is how this white paper will help you deter those risks and master the cold chain:

  • Learn about the five key elements that make up a cold chain and some common characteristics shared by all cold chain shippers
  • Read about why shippers must protect their products and cold chain as much as possible to minimize risks during transportation
  • Understand how modern temperature loggers provide logistics managers with the peace of mind—and quality assurance—they deserve with every shipment

The Right Technology Can Make a World of Difference

You may have been at this for some time—or perhaps you’re relatively new to the cold chain logistics world. Either way, there is no denying that technology is continually changing the competitive landscape regarding cold chain custody.

Time was, traditional temperature loggers placed inside refrigerated trucks, containers, and boxcars were somewhat bulky, relatively expensive, and provided data that indicated when a load experienced a temperature excursion while in transit—but only after the shipment had been delivered. By that time, shippers, carriers, and customers are looking at pallets of spoiled food or compromised vaccines that are unsafe for human consumption.

This white paper explains the essential role and features modern temperature loggers play in helping logistics managers become masters of their cold chain. Affordable and easy to use, modern temperature loggers are small, paper-thin, flexible, and adhere like a sticker directly onto any pallet. With these devices in place, you can capture and store temperature data from any point in the journey—in storage or in transit, from the point of origin to the point of delivery.

It’s Time to Master Your Cold Chain Logistics

If you’re in the business of shipping beef, poultry, seafood, fresh produce, frozen goods, and temperature-sensitive medicines, read this white paper to learn more about how modern temperature loggers like Tive Tag can provide you with peace of mind and quality assurance that comes with an optimized cold chain.

Master the Cold Chain By Using Modern Temperature Loggers

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