• Alex Carter

3 Reasons Why Remote Temperature Monitoring is Important in Reefer Trucks & Supply Chain Management

Updated: Aug 28, 2018


Improper temperature control is a key reason why food and other perishable cargo are wasted in the supply chain.


Monitor Cold Chain Operations for Increased Profitability

  • Ensure cargo temperature stays within the acceptable range and use sensors to alert if any sudden changes occur.

  • Minimize temperature-related load rejections, reduce costly spoilage claims, cut redelivery costs and use “lockdown” mode to help prevent cargo theft.

  • Provide critical reports to determine location, reduce dwell times and optimize reefer performance.

Learn more on why remote temperature monitoring is important in reefer trucks and supply chain management.


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Enhance Regulatory Compliance

  • Automate compliance with the U.S. Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) and other food safety regulations.

  • Comply with stringent pharmaceutical transport requirements, such as the Good Distribution Practice(European Directive 92/25/EEC).

  • Leverage devices from a manufacturer validated for Good Automated Manufacturing Practice (GAMP5) compliance.

Contact Traxroot to know more about how our software helps to monitor temperature in reefer trucks.