Temperature Critical in Transport and Storage of Fresh Produce

Fresh produce degrades much more rapidly as temperatures rise. Cost and complexity of existing data loggers limit their use to pallet or container level. Low-cost liquid indicators can provide temperature / time monitoring down to the smallest packs, ensuring product quality is maintained throughout the lengthiest supply chains.

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Nora Murphy
Nora Murphy

Nora Murphy is Head of Commercial Operations at Timestrip. She has over fifteen years’ experience working within the technology field serving many highly demanding sectors across the globe.

At Timestrip she supports clients and partners around the world in the Healthcare, Blood, Pharma, Food, Life Science and Manufacturing Sectors with technology to reduce waste, save money and ensure safe transport, storage and monitoring of goods.

Nora has a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) degree in Electronics and Computer Engineering.

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