Logistics

Sensitive and fragile products can suffer from inadequate shipping conditions. Being able to show where damages occur ensures logistics quality and legal protection.

Starting at 12€ per year.

As freight volume grows, the need for logistics management rises. We define logistics as the detailed coordination of a complex operation involving people, facilities, and supplies. There are four types of logistics: Supply chain management logistics, distribution and material movement, production logistics management, and reverse logistics and product return.

The purpose of all logistics is to address the many aspects of production including time, cost and quality. The successful coordination of logistics is tracked through production, consumption, storage, and disposal. In other words, each aspect of supply chain management is monitored to achieve an increase in revenue, an improved operating cost structure, an overall reduction of transportation costs, and improved customer service.

Each organization’s management or third part logistics company is responsible for overseeing technical data, personnel, facilities, packaging, handling, storing, transportation, employee training, equipment design, computer resources, maintenance, supplies and support equipment, etc. This is all to diminish error within the shipping and freight industry for better efficiency.

Use cases

Delivery companies

In deliveries, speed is often the key. Don't compromise quality for speed.
  • Detect potential flaws in shipping and storing processes
  • Track down and verify damages to determine the responsible party
  • Integrate logging effortlessly into specialized packages
  • Monitor deliveries accurately on package-level
  • Save time with instantaneous data retrieval by QR scan
  • Ensure quality all the way to the destination with alerts
  • Use alert templates to start new monitoring projects in seconds
  • Access data effortlessly in the cloud service with any smart device

Cargo

Secure shipping is vital for all products. The conditions need to be correct, and anyone tampering with a shipment is obviously unwanted.
  • Monitor temperature, humidity, and shock for secure shipping
  • Detect potential flaws in shipping and storing processes
  • Track down and verify damages to determine the responsible party
  • Parcel-level monitoring precision
  • Save time with instantaneous data retrieval by QR scan
  • Ensure quality all the way to the end-user with alerts
  • Use alert templates to start new monitoring projects in seconds
  • Access data effortlessly in the cloud service with any smart device
  • "Seal" containers with a Logmore QR data logger's light sensor to verify they haven't been opened

Air freight

Active transmitters cannot be used in air freight, but temperature and shocks still need to be monitored.
  • Temperature, humidity, shock detection for secure shipping
  • Detect potential flaws in shipping and storing processes
  • Verify the time of possible damage to determine the responsible party
  • Parcel-level monitoring precision
  • Save time with instantaneous data retrieval by QR scan
  • Ensure quality all the way to the end-user with alerts
  • Use alert templates to start new monitoring projects in seconds
  • Access data effortlessly on any smart device in the Logmore Web cloud service
  • "Seal" containers with a Logmore QR data logger's light sensor to verify they haven't been opened

Sea freight

Shipping by sea takes a long time - during which the products are subject to humid sea air, temperatures and potentially occasional shocks and tilts.
  • Temperature, humidity, shock detection for secure shipping
  • Detect potential flaws in shipping and storing processes
  • Verify the time of possible damage to determine the responsible party
  • Parcel-level monitoring precision
  • Save time with instantaneous data retrieval by QR scan
  • Ensure quality all the way to the end-user with alerts
  • Use alert templates to start new monitoring projects in seconds
  • Access data effortlessly on any smart device in the Logmore Web cloud service
  • "Seal" containers with a Logmore QR data logger's light sensor to verify they haven't been opened

Heat mapping

When improving logistics processes, a transporter should map what sort of conditions affect the shipments in different parts of the cargo hold.
  • Temperature, humidity, shock detection for secure shipping
  • Detect potential flaws in shipping and storing processes
  • Verify the time of possible damage to determine the responsible party
  • Parcel-level monitoring precision
  • Save time with instantaneous data retrieval by QR scan
  • Ensure quality all the way to the end-user with alerts
  • Use alert templates to start new monitoring projects in seconds
  • Access data effortlessly on any smart device in the Logmore Web cloud service
  • "Seal" containers with a Logmore QR data logger's light sensor to verify they haven't been opened
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