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Reliable and seamless temperature monitoring is essential for comprehensive quality assurance. The transport of temperature-critical products especially is a challenge for all concerned, particularly when various companies are involved. Berlinger’s temperature monitoring systems offer the highest security for quality management. You get specific answers to questions like “What temperatures were the goods exposed to during transport?”, “Were temperature limits exceeded while the goods were being loaded?”, “For how long was the optimum storage temperature fallen below or exceeded?”  The optimum temperature monitoring system offers clarity, transparency and documentation for every delivery of your high-quality, sensitive products – easily and securely. 

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Ron - the IoT guy


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