Spireon: Refrigerated trailer solution complies with FSMA

Spireon FleetLocate introduces GPS tracking and temperature control solution for refrigerated carriers

Spireon Inc. introduced FleetLocate Temperature Monitoring, the company’s first refrigerated trailer telematics solution for customers that require extra precautions to safeguard their perishable goods or products during the climate-controlled transportation and shipping process.

Spireon’s FleetLocate Temperature Monitoring solution enables customers to achieve regulatory compliance for specifications outlined in the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), which includes new rules covering food transportation and distribution. Regulations include logging requirements for vehicles carrying perishable food and the temperatures that must be maintained.

“For many years our customers have trusted the results of our telematics solutions and talented team, from sales to installation and on to account services,” stated Kristina Lowe, director of product marketing at Spireon. “Our new reefer telematics solution is a direct result of Spireon listening to the needs of our customers and delivering a solution that will not only help achieve FSMA regulatory compliance, but make the compliance process simple and affordable.”

“The new FleetLocate Temperature Monitoring solution is delivered at a low cost for customers, while still providing advanced features, including remote real-time temperature monitoring that doesn’t require additional action from drivers to keep track of the temperature,” the company said.

“We pride ourselves in having a team that is committed to our customers’ success through superior technology innovation and by forming a trusted customer partnership with outstanding support,” added Steve Blair, senior vice president of sales at Spireon. “Our new FleetLocate Temperature Monitoring solution deepens our ability to provide rich Business Intelligence and insights that deliver on that commitment to customer success.”

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