Cavistons (irl) chooses sensor2web to ensure optimal food quality and safety

Mon. 14 February 2011

Cavistons chooses Sensor2WebRmoni's premier partner CRS succesfully installed sensor2web at Cavistons, Ireland's premier source of the widest, most complete selection of fresh organic fruit & vegetables, the freshest fish & finest delicatessen products. Sensor2web by Rmoni Wireless will help Cavistons to keep track of all its food safety related temperatures.

Cavistons is dedicated to supplying fresh quality goods to its customers. It has customer satisfaction and food excellence as a key goal.
To improve this process even further a fully automated cold equipment temperature monitoring system has been installed recently allowing to be alerted as soon as something goes wrong. Keeping an eye at all times at the temperature not only guarantees the longest possible shelf life. It also facilitates HACCP reporting to internal auditors as well as third parties. 

Using the Sensor2web solutions makes it possible for us to maximize shelf life of our fresh products." says Peter Caviston, owner and founder. "The financial advantage of this way of working is enormous.” 
About Rmoni Wireless
Rmoni Wireless develops and manufactures hardware and software for wireless registration and monitoring of critical control parameters. The company has chosen a sector-driven approach, using its knowledge of customer needs and sector-related regulations to offer clear-cut solutions for everyday challenges. Its Sensor2web solution offers a complete and fully automated turnkey solution for monitoring physical properties like temperature and humidity level aimed at the food, pharmaceutical, facilities and farming sector.
About CRS
CRS Cold Storage rents, leases and sells portable cold storage equipment including Blast Freezers, Refrigeration and Cold Rooms, Ice Machines, Air Conditioning and Hot Box Stores to the UK, EIRE and beyond. CRS is an Rmoni Wireless partner in the UK with focus on the food and pharmaceutical markets.
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