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Still on the fence in deciding whether to try the Mini PDF In-Transit Logger? The following reasons might help to make up your mind:
Shadow Log –
According to DeltaTrak hard data, 12% of all in-transit loggers are never started. Until now, that meant that your shipment was not guaranteed. The unique, patented DeltaTrak Shadow Log feature in the Mini PDF In-Transit Loggers means that temperature data will still be recorded even if you forget to start the logger.
By Corporate Team
Author: Corporate Team
The DeltaTrak Corporate Team taps into its years of experience to address some of the broader cold chain industry topics.
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In-transit temperature loggers provide evidence that your commodity is fresh and that proper temperature has been maintained while the item was in-transit.
With DeltaTrak’s patented Shadow Log® technology, the FlashLink In-Transit Loggers will still record temperatures for your trip--even when you forget to start them! Indeed, the latest DeltaTrak hard data shows that 12% of in-transit loggers are never actually started!
By Produce Team
Author: Produce Team
The Produce Team focuses on the management, measurement, and monitoring of optimal temperature levels from the “field to the fork”.
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Migrating to the new FlashTrak® Mini PDF In-Transit Logger has never been easier. Here are three reasons you should consider making the move:
Shadow Log: Even if you forget to start the logger, DeltaTrak has you covered. The Mini PDF Logger will still record data and deliver a report to guarantee your data and ensure traceability.
By Protein Team
The Protein Team focuses on the management, measurement, and monitoring of optimal temperature levels throughout the food chain.
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Produce picked from the field has a long road before arriving on the consumer’s plate. First, the harvested food immediately goes to a cooling facility located near the field. From the cooling facility, trucks take the commodity to a distribution center. Finally, the produce is transported to the grocery stores. For these trips, shippers typically use in-transit loggers to insure that the carrier did what was necessary to provide and deliver the commodities that the receiver purchased.
In the journeys from "Field to Fork," in-transit temperature loggers provide evidence that the commodity is fresh and that proper temperature has been maintained. The independent temperature logger ensures that the item being offered for sale will have the best possible quality and longest shelf life.
But what happens if the loader forgets to start the logger? Indeed, according to DeltaTrak hard data, approximately 8% of in-transit loggers are never actually started!