Safety Starts With Temperature Control

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On any refrigerated truck an any day, there can be a great deal of temperature variability from the front of the truck to the back and the middle, based on the temperature and other weather conditions outside, how full or empty the truck is and even just how the product is arranged, which affects air flow, he notes.

"If you have sensors at least on each pallet, that might enable you to distinguish just those pallets on a truck that suffered, rather than have to condemn or refuse a whole load, which can make a big impact on waste, cost, and the ability to fill customer orders," Racette points out.



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