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Amerijet International Airlines has completed its IATA CEIV Pharma re-certification for the handling of temperature-controlled healthcare and life science products. IATA's CEIV Pharma Certification is independently validated and ensures that all certified stakeholders meet or exceed the global standards set forth by IATA Temperature Control Regulations (TCR), European Union Good Distribution Practices (EU GDP), World Health Organization and the United States Pharmacopeia Standards.
The IATA appointed independent assessment focused on the quality assurance processes, operational and technical innovation, risk management, and the preservation of all relevant shipment data along the entire logistics chain. The successful re-certification reaffirms Amerijet's ability to safely handle high value, time-sensitive, and temperature-controlled pharmaceutical cargo with speed, reliability, and efficiency.
"The pharmaceutical supply chain consists of a historically demand-driven as well as a growing patient-driven model, due to the rise of personalized medicines, which makes speed and traceability even more relevant," said Amerijet's vice president of Airport Operations Rasheme Richardson. "We provide our customers with quality standards through uniformed processes, transparency, and a compliant network."
In 2017, Amerijet was the first US-based all-cargo airline to be awarded the globally recognized CEIV-Pharma certification. Ronald Irish, Amerijet's Temperature Control Manager further added, "We are continuously reinforcing our internal processes through training, collaboration, and partnering with like-minded suppliers. Achieving the CEIV recertification is evidence that Amerijet continues to advance, towards the strategic objective of becoming an important stakeholder in the transportation of pharmaceuticals. This recertification confirms to our customers that the commitment to quality and reliability is a core value."
Located at the Miami International Airport, the Amerijet 360,000 square-foot (33,500 sq. meter) facility, which consists of dry warehouse space, a 40,000 square-feet (3,700sq. meter) perishable handling center, offices, and exclusive ramp access for aircraft handling and parking.
In addition to 49 dry cargo, 12 cold storage, and 3 dedicated pharmaceutical receiving doors, the warehouse offers landside and airside acceptance to streamline cargo flows and reduce receiving times. The computer monitored perishable handling center, and the temperature-controlled receiving area were designed to handle refrigerated, frozen, and chilled storage to maintain the cold chain integrity of pharmaceuticals and perishables.
could be worth almost 30% of the current mcap. and there cant be a placing cuz they got a loan
Lots of volume so far here today. A few large ones on the other exchange too.
The one good thing about this share price is that it's so low the trolls don't even bother! Seems to be the same on twitter also.
We seem to be drifting to the bottom of the recent trading range, so I can imagine some technical traders will be taking a punt soon.
I really can't fathom selling at this price!
Im scanning aircargo. I see a lot of pharma cargo with temperature and time GPS trackers.
Been doing a bit of digging into Stars distributers and thought I would share this .They deal with a company in Dubai called Gatex .http://www.gatexconnect.com/en/Solutions/AssetTracking.cshtml .From the page this is an exert .Whether it’s an ISO-tank or a container, dry or reefer, a wooden pallet of your cargo or a small parcel, we have the solution for you.
We have integrated the devices of Starcom Systems in our platform to provide you a SINGLE DASHBOARD for all of your fleet, fuel, environmental and asset tracking needs.
One of Gatex fuel monitoring customers is Tristar. https://www.tristar-group.co/.Would think there is a bit of monitoring equipment required there .
Gatex have also introduced a new product call Fuel Eye which I think Starcom are involved in , it involves Fuel monitoring .http://www.gatexconnect.com/en/Default.cshtml.
Could be huge new market with a global player .
Well in hand Philip. Suggest you head over to their website, there is an article from Oct 2018 about incorporating 4G into their products. No worries
With 3G being phased out over the next couple of years, what are the company plans?
Many thanks timbar
https://avitec.com.mx/productos/ .Sounds promising ,translated from their website .We are a leading global company specializing in advanced and automated systems for tracking, tracking and managing vehicles, containers, goods (fixed or moving) and people. All our systems are characterized by their strength, stability and continuous performances.
excellent find, they mention KylosAir in that article also
Thought I would post a bit of research it's in Brazilian but have translated the interesting bit which is about Lokies .It reads .The expectation of the company for 2020 is extremely positive since several insurance companies, large shippers among other companies of foreign trade segment have already seen the ease and benificious in the use of solutions presented. The article for those that read Portuguese is here https://issuu.com/fernandofigueirocantreras/docs/cist_ed_35_final_web (page 34-35).Brasil were mentioned in a recent conference call by Starcom and has the second highest rate of cargo theft in the world so I can understand why Starcom were excited by the opportunity there. Where is my Cargo placed and order with Star in March 2019 for up to 30,000 Tetis ,I would have though Lokies has a broader appeal therefore would expect a similar size order at some stage .By my reckoning an order for 5000 would be worth £1 million plus ,so could make a huge difference this year .
would be interesting if STAR could knock out a GPS based tracing app, they could do it.
Health Ministry launches revamped COVID-19 tracking app
First version of HaMagen app was marred by mistakes; new features include use of Bluetooth, which is said to improve accuracy. The Health Ministry announced a new version of its contact tracing app on Monday, promising an array of new features, which it said would help boost its accuracy.
A key tool in containing the spread is epidemiological, or contact, tracing — investigations that seek to identify and send into self-quarantine all those who may have been exposed to patients in the days before they were diagnosed, hopefully cutting off the spread. The first version of HaMagen (The Shield), which was released in March, worked by tracking its users via their phones’ built-in GPS, and correlating their location history (which was stored locally on the phone, rather than shared with the government, so as to alleviate privacy concerns) with the epidemiological data of known COVID-19 cases. Speaking with The Times of Israel in April on the original version, Health Ministry Chief Information Officer Rona Keiser acknowledged that GPS had its drawbacks, stating that the ministry was working on a new revision of the app incorporating Bluetooth technology.
An app using both GPS and Bluetooth would be “much more accurate,” she said.
JAPAN The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that GPS monitoring of cars does not constitute spying banned by the stalker regulation law, turning down appeals by public prosecutors.
The top court’s First Petty Bench issued the ruling in the trials of two criminal cases over the use of GPS devices placed on cars to track the activities of targets.
High court rulings on the cases, which found such monitoring activities was not spying, will become final.
The Supreme Court said that illegal spying is an act of monitoring targets’ activities near their homes and other places where they regularly stay.
The high court rulings had limited illegal spying to the direct monitoring of targets, such as by visual observation, and said remote monitoring by GPS devices cannot be punished by the law.
One of the two cases involves a 48-year-old man who installed a GPS device in the car of his then wife, and the other involves a 53-year-old man who put such a device in the vehicle of his former dating partner.
In both cases, the GPS device was installed at a parking lot that the victim regularly used. The Supreme Court said that in the two cases, location information was not acquired near the parking lots, determining that the men’s acts did not constitute spying near the victims.
In the case against the 48-year-old man, Fukuoka District Court noted that stalking activities change in line with social transformation, saying that illegal spying includes the use of electronic devices to monitor objects used by targets.
But Fukuoka High Court later overturned the lower court ruling, limiting such illegal monitoring to spying using eyes and ears near the targets.
In the case against the 53-year-old man, Saga District Court found spying with GPS devices to be illegal, but Fukuoka High Court later reversed the district court ruling.
Where do you see the alert? Does the alert make a noise?
I rarely look at the share price here to be honest. I've got an alert set up for when it drops under 0.90 so I can buy more.
I see a massive spike pin a decent order, seem to be they way these days with shares that have been taken to all time lows. The MMs need to make their money somehow and can't sit on their cheap buys forever
Staying blue, you've done nothing have you!
Must be a problem, I'll report that to LSE! lol
July 08, 2020 07:35 ET | Source: Growers Edge Financial, Inc.
JOHNSTON, Iowa, July 08, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Growers Edge Financial, Inc. (Growers Edge) today announced the close of a $40 million Series B round of financing to accelerate the development and market penetration of its innovative financial technology products, solutions and tools for the ag industry. Led by S2G Ventures, Cox Enterprises, and Skyline Global Partners, the round will allow Growers Edge to help more growers de-risk agtech adoption and boost profitability with its customized financial risk management solutions. New strategic investor Bunge Ventures, the venture capital arm of global agribusiness and food company Bunge Limited (NYSE:BG) ("Bunge"), and existing investor Finistere Ventures also joined the round.
“Agriculture fintech is core to the future of sustainable farming,” said Josh McClung, director of Cleantech Strategy and Investments for Cox Enterprises. “By providing products that enable farmers’ long-term resiliency, we are targeting the foundational needs of farmers – financial and environmental health. We believe these solutions can fundamentally change and accelerate the trajectory of agriculture’s technology adoption and impact sustainability on a global scale.”
Recognizing the value that innovative technology can bring to the agricultural industry, Growers Edge helps eliminate the financial risk of agtech adoption for farmers. Growers Edge gives farmers access to tailored financial solutions that provide the economic incentives and data-backed prescriptions needed to effectively deploy agtech tools that can help them thrive in any economic climate.
“Growers Edge has achieved tremendous growth and solidified its position as a key market disruptor by creating a strong network of technology, agent, and farm partners in an extremely short timeframe,” said Sanjeev Krishnan, CIO of S2G. “Its industry-changing fintech solutions will dramatically accelerate the adoption of sustainable ag innovations, revolutionizing the ag industry and our global food supply chain.”
Growers Edge will use this investment to continue to grow its data science team, develop and advance its artificial intelligence platform, and expand into new markets across the United States and around the globe. Growers need access to capital to adopt agtech innovations that can make their operations more profitable and more sustainable.
“We are most excited about the growth possibilities for our investment,” said Sachin Gupta,
co-founder of Skyline Global Partners. “Because the company does not make seed, inputs or equipment, it is able to leverage its business model across all of agricultural retail. By partnering with existing ag retailers and companies, Growers Edge uses its proprietary data and analytics to develop product warranties that create an economic incentive in favor of technology adoption.”
McClung, Cox Enterprises, and Gupta, Skyline Global Partners, will join th
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Our pilot project in partnership with CropX Technologies LTD is underway in Carman, Illinois. Ten CropX sensors are being used across 250+ acres to gather data to determine the recommended irrigation rate and timing. Following harvest, our data science team will evaluate the data to better understand the benefits of using soil sensors to increase on-farm profitability. We’re looking forward to seeing the results this fall. Learn more here: https://bit.ly/3hol13E
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Innovations in Supply Chain Packaging. Smart and Intelligence Based Solutions in Transportation, Driven by Data.
Yes, Mr. Guha, Idea is to collect data and see if there is a VISIBLE difference in Shocks due to Tyres and between different brands too. We of course, plant to use data to Offer : TRANSIT DAMAGE FREE Solutions.
Monetizing the data is something on cards too.
In continuation of my earlier post, on #transitdamage reduction,
We have Installed #bosch #datalogger in one of our Container Trucks.
This provides us with Live Feedback via GPS for :
The device sends an SMS on Registered mobile number, everytime Truck Container vibrates due to Weak or Strong Shocks. (See Graph in Page2)
Potentially, this means, we can prevent a mishappening if the truck driver is driving rashly, and carrying #chemicals #hazmat or #fragile #Cargo
For companies in India, we can offer a SOLUTION to do :
- Route Survey with G-Shock Reports
- Temperature Inside container reports
- Different AXLE Trucks and Shocks Report
- Effect of Shocks with Regards to use of different Tyres
In Trial Vehicle, we have taken #Michelin Truck Tyres.
Applications for #Shock Analysis in #transportation and #supplychain #trucking #logistics #chemicalsafety #cargosecuring #marineinsurance #packaging
#paints #edibleoil #lubricants #batteries #fmcg
weve just hired 6 new staff to handle more aircargo