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February 2019 Edition – Iron Apple Company & Industry News, Software Updates, New Certifications, & more!

We are continuing to add new features and functionality to our food safety and quality assurance program.  Some of the newest features are:
Added a new manager reporting area which has shortcuts to useful sections of the program.
Updated the activities and notifications section, now has an email option to notifications and the ability to group many notifications together.
Added a notifications area where you can see all your notifications and dismiss then if needed.
In the Assets Manager, Sensors, & Readings area, we’ve added the ability to assign sensors to the trailers.  Added a new sensors area to list all sensors that you wish to track and report on.  Added a new sensor readings section to track various types of sensor readings. This is now tracking temperature, but also has the ability to store other data that becomes available.
If you haven’t had the chance to check out the new Iron Apple Android & iOS app, nows your chance!

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Food Logistics

Iron Apple Named to Food Logistics’ 2018 FL100+ Top Software and Technology Providers

Iron Apple Named to Food Logistics’ 2018 FL100+ Top Software and Technology Providers FL100+ Top Software and Technology Providers Food Logistics, the only publication exclusively dedicated to covering the movement of product through the global food supply chain, has named Iron Apple International to its 2018 FL100+ Top Software and Technology Providers list. The annual FL100+ Top Software and Technology Providers serves as a…

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PLM Trailer Leasing

PLM to Deliver Iron Apple FSMA Training and Compliance to the Food Distribution Industry

PLM Trailer Leasing to Deliver Iron Apple FSMA Training and Compliance to the Food Distribution Industry   New Jersey – Nova Scotia – December 15th, 2018 – PLM, the only nationwide fleet management company dedicated exclusively to leasing, renting and maintaining refrigerated trailers, and Iron Apple, a leader in online food safety compliance training, have…

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Iron Apple New Compliance Program for Carriers

Iron Apple International Releases New Quality Assurance Platform for Carriers, Distribution, & Storage Companies

Iron Apple International Releases New Quality Assurance Program for Carriers, Distribution, & Storage Companies Providing Carriers & Brokers with the Tools Needed to Meet FSMA Sanitary Transportation Requirements Halifax, NS — September 20, 2018 — Iron Apple is pleased to announce the release of their Quality Assurance Program – a digital application designed for all…

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FSMA Sanitary Transportation Deadline

Final FDA Enforcement Date for Sanitary Transport of Food & FSMA for Small Carriers – April 6, 2018

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.

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ATA & Iron Apple FSMA Sanitary Transportation Rule Webinar

Iron Apple & AFTC to Host a Free Webinar on FSMA’s Sanitary Transportation Rule March 20, 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…

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Iron Apple Monthly Newsletter

January 2018 Newsletter: Major Impact of FSMA & Sanitary Transport Rule on Food Shippers & Carriers

Among other things, Shippers must specify to carriers in writing all necessary sanitary specifications for the carrier’s vehicle and transportation equipment. Shippers must also develop and implement written procedures to ensure that vehicles and equipment used in its transportation operations are in “appropriate sanitary condition for the transportation of food.”

Before loading food that requires temperature controls for safety, Loaders must verify that each mechanically refrigerated cold storage compartment or container has been pre-cooled (if necessary) and prepared for the transport of food. Prior to loading, the loader must also ensure that the vehicle and equipment is in appropriate sanitary condition for the transport of food.

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