Food Safety Magazine

Product | April 4, 2019

Next-Level Traceability: How X-ray Inspection Provides Absolute Visibility and Traceability

By Staff

Next-Level Traceability: How X-ray Inspection Provides Absolute Visibility and Traceability

Item-level traceability is possible with Eagle’s new Pack 240 HC machine, designed with technology that links inspection data to a unique identifier printed on each item. This unique ID allows for real-time analytics and provides complete information on the product that is inspected.

The Pack 240 HC, with item-level traceability software and Eagle's scalable data logging system for multiple machine connections, TraceServer, will be highlighted as part of a “Traceability Station” displayed at the upcoming IFFA 2019 show, from May 4-9 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany (Hall 9.1, A88).

“The industry is moving toward greater detection capability, and we’ve been seeing an uptick over the past few years, as people look to protect their brands and add different layers to their detection capabilities,” says Steve Dowd, regional sales manager, Eagle Product Inspection.

For more information on Eagle’s technologies, including those highlighted at IFFA 2019, visit the company's website.

Eagle Product Inspection | 877-379-1670

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