CSafe invests in track and trace platform

By Damian Brett

Temperature-controlled container firm CSafe Global is set to launch a new track and trace platform and digital tracking service for parcel and cell and gene packaging.

The new platform, created in co-operation with Cloudleaf, can be customised and integrate multiple tracking devices into the system to offer full visibility to parcel, and cell and gene customers.

CSafe has upgraded 20 active containers with active sensors, integrated them with the Cloudleaf platform and completed multiple pilot shipment tests to verify hardware performance and integration viability

CSafe is now partnering with select pharmaceutical customers to conduct live user acceptance testing of the new platform before ultimately launching it in the fourth quarter.

The company added that it has been developing and implementing track and trace technology into their Air Cargo fleet of RKN and RAP containers for nearly two years.

 

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