Monitor your food supply chain
Food supply chain is complex collective of diverse businesses that supply the food
consumed by a population. Due to the increase in demand and high competition, producers,
manufacturers, distributors are under pressure to deliver their products to the market
quickly and at the same time, maintaining the quality of the product to reach safely to
the expected destination.
Three major problems faced by the supply chain industries are:
- Lack of traceability: The ability to track the food throughout the whole
supply has become an increasing demand for the customers or clients. Lack of
traceability can create blindspots in your chain which may become a potential
risk at a later stage. The problem can also escalate to certain legal issues.
- Inability to maintain the quality of products: The maintenance of the quality
of products depends on factors like storage and intricacies in transportation but
the most important factor in this environment is to maintain temperature for these
products so that we can retain the highest quality.
- Inadequate communication between parties: Inefficient communication and fragmented
information can have a major impact on the food supply chain. This is mainly due to
the reason that the people involved has little to no knowledge on another’s actions.
Poor communication can cause inefficiency, waste and can lead to lack of trust among
suppliers and other consumers.
One stop solution for a better procedure to monitor food supply chain
From Asset Telematics, we have recognized this problem as a major threat to a business
in this field. We manufacture telematic products for various industries and our products
provide an eagle view of the problem and at the same time provides solutions to our partners.
Our product ET300, popularly known as Prime-Durian due to its durability and multiple
features is a statistically found to provide better solutions in the context of the
above mentioned problems. Some of the features of the product address the major problems
we face in the food supply chain industry:
- Real-time tracking and route display
- Stoppage/Idling Report
- Analog temperature monitoring
- Two Way voice communication