By using smart pallets in the food and logistics supply chain clients not only know where their goods are but they also know the state of their goods on the pallet.
Sensors are being used in the pallets, to make them smart. The transponder in the pallet records and transmits the pallets position, movement, temperature and load state. Dirkzwager’s control room monitors all this data 24/7. If there is something not right this information is immediately reported to the customer so they can act on it.
Improved Supply Chain
A traceable supply chain eliminates delays in shipping ensuring consumables arrive while they are still fresh. By using this information the supply chain is improved and less products are damaged or spoiled.
24/7 Active Monitoring
By actively gathering all the data, distributing it to customers and be proactivel if something goes wrong, customers are ensured that they can intervene immediately and get a grip on the enetire supply chain
We can follow the cacao in Africa, know when it is loaded on a vessel, when the vessel arrives in a port, when the container is loaded to a truck and when the truck arrives at the warehouse.
Erik de Bokx, CEO Ahrma Group