The US FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Sanitary Transportation in Human and Animal Foods full compliance date for all impacted shippers, carriers and receivers is April 6, 2018.All training, food safety transportation plans, system improvements and complete documentation must be in place by that date. More than 65,000 US companies are impacted by requirements of this FSMA rule. April 6 2018 is the final date for full legal compliance for all carriers by road or rail.
Iron Apple will be exhibiting at the 80th Annual TCA Convention “The Future of Truckload” being held at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center in Kissimmee, Florida March 25 – 28, 2018.
American Trucking Associations’ Agricultural and Food Transporters Conference will provide an in depth analysis of FSMA’s Sanitary Transportation Rule and identify the risks involved with this regulation. During this webinar, we will break down the compliance challenges, legal liabilities and options available for meeting this rule. Join us on March 20th at 2pm to learn: About FSMA’s…
Food Shippers of America 63rd Annual Conference March 11 – 13, 2018 at JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort & Spa in Phoenix AZ Iron Apple Featured Panelist at Food Shippers of America 2018 Conference in Phoenix AZ Iron Apple’s Lindsay Glass, will be teaming up with Don Durm of PLM Trailer Leasing, Bridgette Blitch of JW Taylor &…
There is no doubt that the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), once implemented, will help in overall risk exposure. Real time asset tracking and temperature monitoring can only help those carriers who will be required to be FSMA compliant.
Since the Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food Act went into effect last year (the “Act”), shippers, loaders, receivers, and carriers have worked steadily to keep perishable foods safe in transit. The Act, as we know, outlines specific responsibilities to each party subject to the Act
IRON APPLE MONTHLY NEWSLETTER: NOVEMBER EDITION
November has been another amazing month to be part of the transportation and logistics industry. We’ve seen many changes throughout the industry over the past few months from ELDs to Food Safety, with November not being an exception to that.
Iron Apple International is a leading supplier of professional food safety FSMA solutions to companies involved in the transportation of food products throughout North America. We are the first firm to develop a national Preventive Controls / HACCP / FSMA / Sanitary Transport program for the transportation industry. Our FSMA Training Program provides training for all roles of your business and is best suited for motor carriers, brokers, shippers and distribution related companies. Our FSMA compliance program provides all forms, documents, operating procedures and digital tracking tools required to meet FSMA compliance for transporting food.
October Edition: Everything Shippers, Brokers & Carriers Need to be FSMA Compliant: Self-Assessment Tool, Training & Solution
Iron Apple Newsletter: Feature Article: ATA’s Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food (STF) Self-Assessment Tool, developed in partnership with American Frozen Food Institute (AFFI) and the Seneca Corporation, helps Brokers, Shippers, Carriers, Loaders and Receivers determine their readiness for implementation of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) STF final rule. Visit the website for more information: https://fsmatool.org/collections/ata
Iron Apple is proud to support the ATA in promoting the FSMA STF Self-Assessment Tool to the industry. This tool really helps motor carriers, brokers, shippers and distribution to identify areas in their business that may need to be improved upon to meet FSMA compliance.
Agricultural and Food Transporters Conference (AFTC) The Agricultural and Food Transporters Conference (AFTC) is the national organization representing motor carrier and allied members of the American Trucking Associations on critical issues affecting agricultural commodity and food transportation. AFTC’s mission is to increase the safety, security, profitability and efficiency of transporters of agricultural commodities, food, forest…