ScoringContainers scores a major success by applying RFID with barcode technology in the traceback recordkeeping of bulk loads, drums, pallets, bins, boxes, and RPCs used in transporting commodities, foods, fruits, and vegetable crops.
Accessing the information stored in the RFID label and or barcode, the associated web-based databank enables identification of previous sources, handlers, docks, storage sites and quality schedules of these critical entities to provide traceability data within 24 hrs. for the 2002 FDA Bioterrorism Act.
This real time traceability system with Site-Specific Recordkeeping of food or product transportation is used for total traceback from Field to Fork from the ScoringAg side of the database. The database can use automated data loggers for HACCP transit-parameters such as temperature,humidity, vibration and shock. These products would include handling equipment and storage technologies that are applied to every phase the of the worlds food cold chain. This is because customers are reporting a rise in fraudulent activities, a trend reflected in figures released in the US indicating loses of 6-7% of the nations revenues to occupational fraud. Lowering high insurance deductibles by having a traceback system in place is good common sense. The report emphasises the value of increased vigilance through internal audits and externial audits via a golbal traceback and traceup of goods in transit.
Because sales of imports and exports of food items has become a global business, ScoringSystem's division, ScoringContainers, a entity tracking system of freighted items has become essential in the important effort of securing the international food supply from "field-to-fork" with Site-Specific Recordkeeping and thus protecting it from disruption by bioterrorists. This applies to everything on our dinner tables, from bulk grains and fresh fruits and vegetables, to all types of meats and processed foods - all the things we routinely eat that are exposed to a wide variety of transport and handling stages.
This unique, patented tracking and traceback system utilizes 2-D expandable barcodes with or without RFID labels and a global web-based databank to capture detailed history and source verification of food handlers, shippers, and storage facilities in their use of reusable RPCs, boxes, bins, pallets, and drums to satisfy FDA and Homeland Security rules. By using RFID with supply chain management with point-to-point traceback and traceup of products, it secures the known chain of handlers. All transporters, trucks, trailers and dock loaders are part of the record of movement from PIDC to PIDC for source verification. The 2-D barcode also keeps perishable commodities linked to a traceable record, helping to comply with FDA, EU, USDA, and other foreign regulations simply, securely, and inexpensively.
ScoringContainers.com and its traceback and traceup system for agriculture products, featuring Site-Specific Recordkeeping and its worldclass PIDC location codes, is one of the many divisions of ScoringSystem, Inc. located in Florida, USA. The company specializes in providing solutions with mobile data, via wireless PDA's, laptops, and Semacode-programmed Nokia, Samsung, Motorola, BenQ-Siemens, and Sony Ericsson cell phones using web-based databases running in real time. With the use of RFID chips and barcodes for traceup and traceback recordkeeping for livestock, fish, poultry, crops, produce, or tracking containers, ScoringContainers.com makes managing data easier and does it in an extremely cost effective manner from "Field-to-Fork." Whether a perishable commodity or container ScoringContainers.com can make managing your data easier, and do it in an extremely cost effective manner.