If you like DeltaTrak’s FlashLink® In-Transit Real-Time Mini Loggers, you might also benefit from the new FlashLink Reusable Real-Time Mini Data Logger. Both the In-Transit RTL Mini Logger and Reusable RTL Mini Logger include a built-in GSM chip to provide not only real-time temperature and humidity but also location data during the trip.
All of this data is available in real-time to the shipper throughout the trip via any computing device with Internet access.
Managers in the food service industry are always looking for new ways to increase customer satisfaction and brand loyalty. But, connecting great experiences with your brand takes planning, work, and time. How can managers devote more time to their team, customer and building their brands and less time planning for inspections and audits?
Getting high performance scores on regulation inspections and internal audits is important but should not require massive amounts of time logging and doing paperwork.
Your shipment has been completed. Your DeltaTrak in-transit logger has provided you with the trip report. So, what do you do next? Do you throw away the logger?
The answer is “No!” if your logger is one of the FlashLink® loggers included in DeltaTrak’s GoGreen Recycling Program.
DeltaTrak will be exhibiting in Booth #1039 at the NGA Show 2019 in San Diego, Feb 25th-26th.
If you’re looking for peace-of-mind for your next product shipment, you might find one of DeltaTrak’s new FlashLink® In-Transit RTL Mini Loggers to be just the product for you. The compact RTL Mini Loggers include a built-in GSM chip to provide not only real-time temperature and humidity data but also the location during the trip.
Did you realize that DeltaTrak can serve as your one-stop shop for calibrating all of your DeltaTrak products?
For years, customers have turned to the calibration and certification services offered by DeltaTrak. All DeltaTrak calibration is completed using high quality measurement instruments certified against National Institute of Standards and Technology (N.I.S.T) by a primary standards laboratory.
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