Polymer Logistics to Digitise Customers’ Supply Chains Through its Latest Internet of Things Developments
IoT-enabled asset tracking solutions from the leading provider of retail-ready packaging (RPP) can enable businesses to reduce risk, save money, and create new revenue streams
Supply chain professionals from across the FMCG will gather at IGD’s Supply Chain Summit 2018 to explore the most significant developments in food and grocery. The event takes place 13th November at etc.venues St Paul’s, London. With a theme of supply chains for growth, the conference brings together retailers, suppliers and solution providers that are adapting and thriving in the face of change. Polymer Logistics, a show sponsor and exhibitor, will demonstrate its developments and innovation in the Internet of Things (IoT).
Through IoT, technology-enabled supermarket assets such as pallets, trays and roll cages can be connected to a network where data can be exchanged for the benefit of the supply chain. Summit attendees are encouraged to visit the Polymer Logistics booth to attend an interactive presentation, including traceability enabled CleanPal plastic pallets and smart crates. The placement of sensors on durable plastic CleanPal plastic pallets and smart crates, combined with the Polymer Logistics iLogistics IoT solution, provides an ideal opportunity to start enjoying the benefits of IoT in your supply chain.
Polymer Logistics representatives will show how IoT-enabled asset tracking solutions can provide insights into asset location, temperature, inventory stock level and other valuable information. New technologies can also combine to give a clear view of store stock levels, provide better forecasts, and deliver push notifications to customers about promotions. IoT solutions from Polymer Solutions can provide the insights required to make supply chain management easier, enabling your business to reduce risk, save money, and create new revenue streams.
Adrian Dale, Managing Director, Polymer Logistics: “There will be an estimated 30 billion devices connected to the IoT world by 2020, and supply chain applications are now recognised as being one of the most exciting areas of impact. IoT is an area where early movers are gaining a competitive advantage. We encourage Summit attendees to attend an interactive demonstration at our booth, and to let us help them get started on their IoT journey.”