Cold Chain Management

A cold chain is a temperature-controlled supply chain. An unbroken cold chain is an uninterrupted series of storage and distribution activities which maintain a given temperature range. It is used to help extend and ensure the shelf life of products such as fresh agricultural produce, seafood, frozen food, photographic film and chemicals.

A cold chain can be managed by a quality management system. It should be analyzed, measured, controlled, documented, and validated.


  • Food and DAIRY Processing Distribution, Logistics and Supply Chain Managers and Director Levels.
  • Food and DAIRY Processing Quality Control and Assurance Managers and Director Levels.
  • Logistics Providers and Transport Company Personnel.
  • Food and DAIRY Service Distribution Companies Operations, Logistics and Quality Personnel.
  • Specialty Foodservice Retail Operations, Distribution and Quality Personnel.
  • Features
  • Benefits


  • Main Power Battery Failure
  • Backup Battery Failure
  • Ignition Status
  • Add-On Sensor Integration
  • Circuit Temperature over heating (Option)
  • Engine/Fuel Control (Option).
  • Fuel Level Monitoring (Option).
  • Base Station (Self-Monitoring).
  • Positions on Call.
  • Secured Geo-Fencing
  • Customized Geo-Fencing
  • Driver Behaviors Alerts (speeding, harsh breaking, harsh acceleration and idling) .
  • Door Status (Option).
  • POI (Point Of Interested).
  • Web Access
  • 24/7 Call Center Support and services
  • Daily Device Response and reports
  • Two Way Voice communication
  • Fatigue alerts


    Remote Real-Time Monitoring

  • See your fleet's activity in real-time no matter where you are
  • Monitor detailed information on your crews
  • Dispatch the closest vehicle to an address, landmark, or another vehicle in the field and communicate thru 2-way messaging via a Garmin
  • Keep Your driver Safe

  • Quickly respond to emergency situations with precise location data, dispatch, and effective communication
  • Make sure crews are not working excessive hours and over exhausting themselves, which could be dangerous
  • Driver behavior monitor driving habits such as speeding, excessive idling, unauthorized usage, and harsh breaking and fast acceleration
  • Recover stolen vehicles and assets quickly and easily.
  • Increase Productivity

  • Shorten response times by deploying the nearest vehicle.
  • Eliminate location status calls to drivers.
  • Increase your daily productivity as well as the productivity of your fleet.
  • Knowing the real time status of every vehicle at all times.
  • Improve Customer Service

  • Quick response times.
  • Proof of services rendered.
  • Accurate delivery times.
  • Reduce Operating Expenses

  • Keep up with vehicle maintenance.
  • Stay current with registration and tags.
  • Potentially reduce insurance costs.
  • Maintenance Alerts.
  • remind you of renewing registrations.
  • Increase Fleet Security & Safety

  • A fuel outage.
  • Emergency service needed.
  • A vehicle gets stolen.