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How RFID Impact Sensors Can Reduce Supply Chain Damage
HOME BLOG How RFID Impact Sensors Can Reduce Supply Chain Damage How RFID Impact Sensors Can Reduce Supply Chain Damage Damage occurs with approximately 2 percent of all shipped products – shippers, brands and retailers typically absorb this cost. SpotSee has developed the ShockWatch RFID Impact Sensor to address the...read more >
Reduce Shipping Damage with ShockWatch RFID [VIDEO]
Reduce Shipping Damage with ShockWatch RFID [VIDEO] The shipping industry sees $2.3 trillion in shipping damage every year due to mishandling during transport. A bump in the road can cause big problems in your supply chain. Introducing ShockWatch RFID, a passive RFID enabled impact indicator that replaces your current RFID...read more >
5 Strategies for Filing More Effective Freight Claims
5 Strategies for Filing More Effective Freight Claims There are many false assumptions about freight claims. Misunderstandings about what is covered, who is liable, and how to effectively file damage claims are part of the reason approximately half of all cargo claims are denied. With the National Cargo Security Council...read more >
4 Ways to Embrace Supply Chain Technology of the Future, Today
4 Ways to Embrace Supply Chain Technology of the Future, Today Innovative technology continues to improve the way we do business, from our communications and marketing to developing and manufacturing new products. Even the way we transport goods changes continuously due to new technological advancements — but sometimes it seems...read more >
The History of Passive RFID Tags: How Did We Get Here?
The History of Passive RFID Tags: How Did We Get Here? Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is one of the quickest growing technologies. In fact, if you work in industrial manufacturing or enterprise supply chain management, you probably already have RFID implemented in some form — security, tracking, payments, and the...read more >
SpotSee Launches WarmMark Indicator with Additional Time and Temperature Thresholds to Match COVID-19 Vaccines
SpotSee Launches WarmMark Indicator with Additional Time and Temperature Thresholds to Match COVID-19 Vaccines SpotSee®, a global leader in supply chain temperature indicators used to monitor test specimens in the SARS and H1N1 virus outbreaks, has introduced new temperature thresholds for its WarmMark indicators to address temperature requirements associated with...read more >
Types of Data Loggers — What is a Data Logger?
Types of Data Loggers — What is a Data Logger? A data logger is an electronic device that records data (temperature, pressure, impact, humidity, etc.) at specific intervals. Discover the right data logger for you by exploring the different types and their intended applications. What is a Data Logger? A...read more >
How to Monitor Temperature in Cold Chain Logistics
How to Monitor Temperature in Cold Chain Logistics s Cold chain monitoring is essential to ensure the quality and potency of sensitive products. Modern temperature tracking solutions for the cold chain logistics industry provides supply chain managers with the data and proof they need to get temperature-sensitive products from point...read more >
SpotSee Featured on Electronic Specifier: Transforming Supply Chain Management
SpotSee Featured on Electronic Specifier: Transforming Supply Chain Management In any given supply chain, there’s at least one step that requires items or products to be transported from one place to another, even if that step takes place between the supplier and the end user. Jan van Niekerk of SpotSee...read more >
Most Common Risks in Cold Chain Management
Most Common Risks in Cold Chain Management Temperature regulation is a critical facet of cold chain management. Risks abound no matter how seamless your logistics operation. Are you taking the right steps to mitigate risk in your cold supply chain? Approximately the world loses three tons of human food every...read more >