Cold Chain Monitoring: Does Your Environmental Monitoring Have a Blind Spot?
While we live in a globalized society that diminishes the relative distance between any two points, considering the physical separation is still important when dealing with the transport and storage of any perishable. In transport, products can encounter undue temperature variations that can damage the product. In fact, unsuitable temperature monitoring and protection is one of the key factors in significant loss of product in the supply chain.
Many institutions can strictly monitor the temperature of perishable goods such as food supply once those goods are on the premises, but what happens in transport is often a mystery. Part of the problem is that real-time monitoring can be difficult without the reliable monitoring tools that provide the opportunity to intervene before product degradation occurs.
Cold Chain Monitoring
Tips to Avoid Blind Spots in Your Environmental Monitoring
Entire Cold Chain Monitoring:
Integrate sensors and monitoring for the entire cold-chain from processing, transport, and storage, to delivery.
Use Customized Thresholds to Prevent Loss:
Set individual thresholds and alerts for every point in the cold-chain to avoid critical conditions, damage, and spoilage.
Leverage All of Your Sensors:
Choose environmental sensors that connect with your existing sensors.
You Can Manage More Than One Building or Facility:
It is no secret that the success of many businesses relies on maintaining strict compliances and failure to do so can result in losses so devastating that it could jeopardize the business. That’s why SSP now offers the premiere environmental monitoring solution, Swift Sensors. Swift Sensors offers users the most advanced, powerful, and flexible solutions in environmental monitoring.
For more information about environmental monitoring, call SSP today. 1-888-540-0175 Headquartered near Atlanta, Georgia, we offer design, installation and service to local, regional and national clients.