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Real Time Traceability for Freight Guarantees Source Verification in ScoringContainers Database

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Applying supply chain technology with RFID and barcode labeling technology, and web-based Site-Specific Recordkeeping, ScoringContainers closes the Homeland "security gaps" in national and International freight container shipping in every country around the world.

Applying real time asset tracking protects food handlers and tracks problems faster within the supply chain, whether for external or internal manufacturer's traceback of RFID tags and barcodes in labeled drums, boxes, pallets, bins, shipping containers, or RPCs.

ScoringContainers' internet-based database is able to maintain a complete, Point-to-Point Traceback transport and data record in real time for all types of products, including feeds, foods, fruits, ingredients, materials, and vegetable crops. The database allows secure internet access to the information stored in RFID tags and barcode labels, enabling positive identification of the container's contents. ScoringContainers maintains the security, condition, and proper schedule for containers and their contents in real time by providing instantaneous access to information on the original source, source destination, handlers, shippers, temperature, and other data.

Because sales of exported and imported food items have become a global business, ScoringContainers' automated entity tracking of external and/or internal freight items has become essential. It is extremely important to secure the worldwide food and product supply from source to final destination, thus protecting the supply chain from disruption by bioterrorists and contamination. This applies to everything on our dinner tables, from bulk grains to fresh fruit and vegetables. All types of meats and processed foods - all the things we routinely eat - are exposed to a wide variety of transport and handling stages. Everyone in the supply chain has to be able to produce records on demand in case of a health or catastrophic event.

ScoringSystem's unique PIDC, a patented tracking and traceback code system, utilizes the latest in RFID and 2D expandable barcode labeling technology. ScoringContainers.com, a global, real time, web-based database, captures detailed product history and source verification of shipping containers, package handlers, shippers, and storage facilities, as well as time/date stamps in the record. These detailed records are required for the use of reusable RPCs, bins, boxes, pallets, and drums to satisfy EU, FDA, and Homeland Security rules, as well as all national and international import/export regulations.

Using the web-based RFID and barcode labeling system and real time movement records for supply chain management, ScoringContainers.com provides Point-to-Point Traceback of products at all shipping stages, securing the entire food supply chain. All transporters, trucks, trailers, dock loaders, and employees are part of the data records of movement, not just a tracking number. The movement is tracked from one unique Premises ID Code (PIDC) to the next unique PIDC (point to point along the chain) for positive source and handler verification to ensure product safety and integrity.

The RFID and PIDC search engine-linked database enables users to search and retrieve the complete traceback record within seconds, whether external or internal within a plant, helping to comply with FDA, USDA, and other International regulations easily, securely, and at a very low cost.

ScoringContainers.com and its traceback and traceup system, featuring Site-Specific Recordkeeping and PIDC location code, is one of the many divisions of ScoringSystem, Inc., which is located in Sarasota, Florida, USA, specializing in providing solutions with mobile data, via wireless PDAs, laptops, and Semacode-programmed Nokia, Siemens, and Sony Ericsson cell phones. RFID and barcode labeling, with http://www.scoringcontainers.com/ real time database links tracking and traceback of transport containers with perishable commodities and other consumer products makes managing container tracking information easier and more secure - and does it in an extremely cost effective manner.

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