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Quickly, Inexpensively Achieve Food Safety Compliance with Cooltrax® TempTracker® Management Solution

By The Associated Press

ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sep 14, 2022--

Cooltrax, a global provider of industrial IoT solutions for cold chain fleet management, has introduced a next-generation Cooltrax ® TempTracker ® remote temperature monitoring solution that enables fleets to quickly and inexpensively achieve food safety compliance. The totally wireless system, which installs in just minutes, will be showcased at the Cooltrax booth (no. 737) during this week’s International Foodservice Distributors Association (IFDA) Distribution Solutions Conference in Tampa, Fla.

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Cooltrax has introduced a next-generation Cooltrax® TempTracker® remote temperature monitoring solution that enables fleets to quickly and inexpensively achieve food safety compliance. The totally wireless system, which installs in just minutes, will be showcased at the Cooltrax booth (no. 737) during this week’s International Foodservice Distributors Association (IFDA) Distribution Solutions Conference in Tampa, Fla. (Graphic: Business Wire)

This advanced solution – backed by the comprehensive Cooltrax Fresh InTransit telematics platform – offers a wireless, plug-and-play option for remote temperature monitoring of all types of temperature-controlled climates, including trailers, fixed storage locations and mixed and rental operations.

“Cooltrax TempTracker helps eliminate the unnecessary costs and complexity associated with achieving FSMA compliance and meeting customer audit requirements,” said Mike Sharpe, president of Cooltrax North America.

The Cooltrax TempTracker solution includes wireless microsensors that monitor return air temperatures in single or multiple trailer zones/compartments. The sensors work seamlessly to transmit data synchronously every 15 minutes to the application-configured, cloud-based Cooltrax TempTracker web portal. Automated reporting can be configured to prompt instant email and SMS text message alerts if temperatures fall out of acceptable, preset ranges.

The Cooltrax TempTracker portal also provides instant access to a variety of data points, tools and satellite mapping. The solution offers embedded motion detection and geofencing capabilities to automatically record trip start/stop, arrival times, and temperature readings in transit for a simple proof-of-delivery transaction.

The sensors, which offer 10-year battery life, are fully operational when received by the fleet and can be installed in minutes, functioning through a local gateway connected to 4G cellular networks.

“As cold-chain businesses begin to adapt to the insights and capabilities of this solution, we can scale the TempTracker solution to an even deeper, more intensely data-driven approach,” Sharpe said.

For more information about the Cooltrax TempTracker management solution or any of the Cooltrax suite of product solutions, please visit booth 737 during IFDA’s 2002 Distribution Solutions Conference, visit or call 877-667-6868.

Cooltrax is a global industrial technology company connecting every step of the food logistics channel through the utilization of IoT data that provides unparalleled visibility and control of the entire cold chain. The Cooltrax suite of solutions – including Cooltrax Fresh InTransit cold chain management solution, Cooltrax Fresh compliance portal, Cooltrax Reefer Tracker solutions and others – provides analytics and real-time data to help manage all cold storage locations and reefer units with unsurpassed accuracy to positively impact revenue and ROI.

In 2003, Cooltrax was founded in Australia after patenting technology that served the farm-to-fork cold chain in the Australian outback. Now nearly 20 years later, Cooltrax is an award-winning leading cold chain solutions provider for transportation, logistics, wholesale and retail companies around the globe. For more information, visit .

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CONTACT: Christine Bowser

Pinnacle Media

[email protected]

330-688-3515

Mike Sharpe

Cooltrax Americas

[email protected]

404-495-4801

KEYWORD: FLORIDA GEORGIA UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA

INDUSTRY KEYWORD: SOFTWARE OTHER TRANSPORT DATA MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY LOGISTICS/SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT IOT (INTERNET OF THINGS) TRANSPORT MOBILE/WIRELESS

SOURCE: Cooltrax

Copyright Business Wire 2022.

PUB: 09/14/2022 10:24 AM/DISC: 09/14/2022 10:24 AM

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