KORE deepens relationship with Cooltrax

KORE has expanded its partnership with Cooltrax, the provider of real-time cold chain management of fixed, mobile, and product-level assets.

Coupled with Cooltrax’s cold chain management solutions, KORE’s reliable, seamless network help provide real-time information for cold chain fleets, as well as fixed assets, allowing for less food waste and increased food safety. Along with the partnership, KORE is assisting Cooltrax to obtain AT&T LTE network certification.

Cooltrax’s suite of products, powered by the KORE network, tracks the location of refrigerated trailers and perishable products. These solutions also monitor all performance aspects of refrigerated units, delivering independent temperature monitoring using combined telemetry and wireless technologies.

With Cooltrax solutions, temperature is monitored in real time in cold storage warehouses, retail and foodservice refrigeration units, and other climate-controlled facilities using wireless tags and readers. For cold chain fleets, as well as fixed assets, it’s imperative to have up-to-date information on temperature, location and functionality to avoid food safety issues and loss of product due to spoiling.

KORE enables all Cooltrax solutions to deliver real-time business intelligence to supply chain managers through a single, web-based interface, 24/7, from anywhere worldwide. The Cooltrax Business Intelligence platform allows for customized real-time and scheduled reporting on event-based conditions. These include geocode/fence activity, door opening activity, temperature monitoring point variations and other events, allowing for constant control and overview of assets and environmental performance within the cold chain.

Visit www.koretelematics.com or www.cooltrax.com for additional information.

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