The practice of recording the past and present whereabouts of goods as they pass through the manufacturing and distribution supply chain has been long established as companies seek to improve operational efficiency and protect the integrity of their products.
However, growing global security concerns are now demanding another layer of visibility in the supply chain.
For several years, traceability has been a legal requirement across a range of industries. Manufacturers have been required by law to record the movement of a product or ingredient as it passes through the various stages in the manufacturing and supply chain.
Motivated by heightened security concerns coupled with the drive for better operational efficiency, demand for the sophisticated tracking of products has been growing rapidly. Recent advances in information and communication technologies are radically transforming the accurate and remote real-time tracking of the location and environment of products.
And as supply-chain complexity, vulnerability and risk grow, companies are seeking ever-more sophisticated track trace solutions.
Traceall is at the forefront of developing technologies that solve contemporary track-trace problems, providing rock-solid, transparent answers to the questions posed by the constant evolution of supply chains.