CSafe Global continues visibility pilots

Temperature controlled packaging firm CSafe Global has continued with trials of its shipment visibility tools.

The company said that the goal for this most recent pilot shipment was to determine if container readings, payload readings and pre-established alerts transmitted in real-time during the shipment and matched the validated data the container logged.

“It’s not enough to collect and transmit data,” explained Tom Weir, CSafe’s chief operating officer. “We must be certain the information being supplied to our customers and partners reflects the actual real-time conditions of the container and the payload.”

CSafe said that it had completed more than 20 pilot test shipments and all had gone to plan.

“The entire project team along with our partners on this project could not be more pleased with these results,” said Weir.

 

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