Perishable food supply chains are achieving new levels of product and brand assurance with a fresh approach to the core and continuous product temperature monitoring capabilities.
FREMONT, CA: A global leader in supply chain assurance and fleet management solutions, Coretex has launched CoreTemp™. The launched platform is an enterprise-grade core and continuous product temperature monitoring solution. The new CoreTemp SaaS application was initially developed to help food retailers and refrigerated transport haulers gain true visibility of load performance. The solution captures and reports essential data, assisting businesses to ensure the quality of perishable food and manage supply chain operations and performance. It also receives real-time alerts for potential temperature or transportation issues.
CoreTemp ensures that refrigerated foodservice distributors benefit from advanced algorithms for packaging method, product type, and unit of transport, automated core, and continuous temperature monitoring for compliance. It replaces manual, ineffective temperature monitoring processes, routes tracking and scheduling with reporting and scoring route performance and profit from visual dashboards with real-time data and custom leaderboards for training. After years of experiments and developments, Coretex has managed to build a future where food safety for the refrigerated supply chain is ensured.
Coretex is an enterprise IoT platform delivering cloud-based software and in-vehicle sensor technology. The company's cloud-based visualization software enables customers worldwide to turn rich data into automated business intelligence to improve safety, mitigate waste, and enhance productivity. Coretex delivers fleet management solutions to more than 70,000 connected vehicles in commercial freight, construction, cold chain, waste, and recycling industries. The world's resources are under increasing pressure to keep growing. The company aims to help transport operators drive better business results by improving their asset utilization, reducing fuel consumption, and minimizing the wear and tear on people and machines while ensuring they remain aligned with all relevant legislation.