The Global Cold Chain Expo and Conference will take place on June 25-27 in Chicago. The main goal of the event is to exchange experiences and knowledge between entrepreneurs who every day have to face different challenges related to the cold chain.
More than 7,500 innovators from all over the world will meet in Chicago to exchange ideas
concerning cold chain processes optimization, make their brand more recognizable and think
about possible solutions that should be integrated in the supply chain industry. The conferences
and lectures will give the opportunity to reach key decision-makers and audiences.
New, affordable temperature monitoring systems
Blulog, a French-Polish company specialized in wireless cold chain monitoring solutions, will
present at this occasion its recently introduced miniature, single-use NFC loggers dedicated for
food producers and available starting from 1,000 units. Easy-to-use and very affordable, the
loggers can be put directly with the shipments for efficient and continuous temperature
monitoring. Besides high precision and small credit-card size, these loggers can be
personalized and used as a marketing tool, informing the clients not only about the temperature
info, but also more details/videos about the product.
The GCCE will also give a chance to visitors to hear more about BluRoad, a real-time road
monitoring solution which now has been enriched with new functionalities, allowing users to
choose between different versions of data loggers and hubs to ensure the parameters
monitoring during the entire logistics process. Now the users can decide if they prefer to have
local or global view of their data, with an option to integrate the system with their already
existing solutions (Blulog is already compatible with TomTom Telematics solution). They can
also choose independent NFC loggers to have both temperature confirmation and the proof of
Last but not least, our team will present the new BluMobile app, allowing to display the
temperature of all the loggers from one organization on one screen, different colors informing
about possible breaches. The app is dedicated both for storage and transport - tablets hung on
the wall provide real-time temperature data for the warehouse’s staff while having the data
displayed on a PDA or mobile phone during the transport allows the driver to issue automatic
and immediate reports for multiple loggers at once upon the arrival to the place of delivery.
Come and meet Blulog at the 3723 booth during all the 3 days of GCCE! Our team will be happy
to provide you with all the necessary information and advice on the most optimized solutions for
your supply chain!