Industries: Transportation and Distribution
Get FSMA Ready with ORBCOMM and TMW
Thu., Feb. 16, 2 PM EST
This webinar is a must-watch for anyone in the business of producing, distributing or transporting perishable foods in the United States.
Improper temperature control is a key reason why food and other perishable cargo are wasted in the supply chain. Smart transportation companies understand the value of reliable cold chain monitoring and delivering properly cooled food and pharmaceuticals to customers.
As a leader in the global refrigerated transportation market, some of the biggest companies trust ORBCOMM for complete end-to-end solutions for two-way wireless tracking and monitoring of reefers, containers and other assets involved in the cold chainwhether on land, rail or sea.
So whether you are responsible for a reefer fleet, own refrigerated rail or sea containers, or operate multi-temperature, multi-zone trailers, ORBCOMM’s cold chain monitoring solutions provide complete control to protect refrigerated cargo and optimize utilization.
Monitor Cold Chain Operations for Increased Profitability
Reduce Fuel Consumption and Fleet Operating Costs
Improve the Safety of Food and Pharmaceutical Transport
Enhance Regulatory Compliance
Track Gensets for Fuel, Location and Operating Status
Integrate Easily Into Dispatch Systems
The RT 6000+ is a two-way reefer monitoring and control device that provides comprehensive temperature, fuel management, maintenance, and logistical applications services for temperature-controlled cargo. The solution provides visibility, control and decision rules to transportation companies worldwide, providing maximum compliance, efficiency and return on investment.
Euroscan X3 Temperature Recorder
The Euroscan X3 temperature recorder includes a new design and new features including extended memory capacity, an accelerometer and easy data transmission via Bluetooth to the EuroTool service software. Together with the Coldchainview web application, the X3 provides unprecedented real-time monitoring and management for both products and temperature-controlled assets within the cold chain. The X3 has been designed and validated to conform to GAMP 5 and fulfills highest requirements of the pharmaceutical industry.
Euroscan MX2 Transport Refrigeration Monitoring System
Euroscan’s ruggedized MX2 is a HACCP-compliant device that provides complete visibility, quality control and tracking for the refrigerated transport market. This global solution provides comprehensive temperature monitoring, fuel management, maintenance, and remote control functionality for refrigerated assets, enabling customers to lower operational costs, improve efficiency, maximize regulatory compliance and enhance customer satisfaction.
ORBCOMM’s ReeferTrak provides advanced data reporting and analytics capabilities to increase in-transit visibility of refrigerated trailers and containers while increasing efficiency and ensuring regulatory compliance. This translates into significant fuel savings, optimized temperature settings and increased responsiveness and customer satisfaction - which contributes directly to your bottom line.
Temperature monitoring is one of the most important tasks during transport of pharmaceutical products, food or live animals. Coldchainview provides a secure and reliable opportunity to monitor your vehicles.
“By utilizing ORBCOMM’s state-of-the-art telematics solution, we can ensure the on-time delivery and product integrity of our customers’ temperature-controlled products – from fresh produce to frozen products to pharmaceuticals.”
Steve Phillips, Senior Vice President of Equipment Resources, Werner Enterprises, Inc.
How a container services provider uses real-time IoT monitoring to improve cold chain asset visibility, control and customer service.View Case Study
Decker Truck Line has seen dramatic cost savings thanks to two key capabilities of their reefer management solution...
Reports on fuel usage, refuel events and geofences all combine to enable cost savings through optimization.View Blog Post
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