ETI Joins BRCGS Partner Connection Programme
Electronic Temperature Instruments (ETI) has joined the BRCGS Partner Connection Programme. The programme connects forward-thinking organisations that provide first-class synergistic products or services relevant to the BRCGS global network.
Jason Webb, ETI Managing Director, said: “We’re really excited to partner with BRCGS to provide members access to our industry-leading HACCP solutions. The programme is an opportunity for us to connect with like-minded organisations that create the highest quality products and processes for food safety.”
What is BRCGS?
BRCGS is a market-leading global brand that helps build confidence in the supply chain. Their Global Standards for Food Safety, Packaging Materials, Storage and Distribution, Consumer Products, Agents and Brokers, Retail, Gluten Free, Plant-Based and Ethical Trading set the benchmark for good manufacturing practices and help provide assurance to customers that their products are safe, legal and of high quality.
What is the Partner Connection Programme?
Organisations selected for the program understand how to leverage and integrate their innovative and proven products or services to deliver solutions that precisely meet performance, reliability and cost requirements for all BRCGS-certified sites. It enables sites to build long-term, reliable connections with trusted organisations to help them maximise their business potential.
Where do ETI products fit into the programme?
Keeping products stored in the correct environment will dramatically increase the life of the product. Using good equipment and thermometers to maintain confidence that these temperatures are being met is key.
Real-time temperature monitoring streamlines processes and enables sites to act immediately if unforeseen issues arise. Wireless data loggers transmit data via the cloud so users can access live temperature monitoring data wherever they are. This can save tremendous time and money.
Monitoring air and core temperatures in refrigeration units allow organisations to install early alert systems, ensuring they stay one step ahead. This also ensures more accurate food temperature controls, which improves safety and reduces food spoilage.
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