Equipment Tracking’s pallet management software MPC (Multi Product Control) has been re-named SEEC (Software for Effective and Efficient Control) alongside their re-branding. We provide the live intelligence businesses across the UK, large or small need to completely monitor and manage the movement of pallets more efficiently, and are trusted by leading manufacturing, warehousing and logistics organizations to help save time, money and drive improved supply chain performance with a competitively priced equipment management service that tracks over 15 million pallet movements a year.
The “SEEC” improved functionality provides users with the ability to monitor and check costs associated with the delivery of all the equipment pooled, verify costs charged by suppliers and automatically raise queries against invoices. The new reconciliation report also allows managers to check the physical stocks against account balances and the CRE (Chronological Reports Engine) gives a one touch report health check of balances and trends over time.
Equipment Tracking MD Ewa Groszek takes up the story. “Over the last 10 years our company has constantly developed functionality in our pooling software to reflect the changes in the supply chain. In order for our customers to take advantage of choices and new industry requirements with multiple pallet suppliers means that we must give them simple tools to track balances and costs.”
Equipment Tracking makes pallet management easy by interfacing within existing enterprise systems that already capture stock movement. The company provides a totally flexible offering to bolster whatever those systems are, be it with a hands-on 24/7 end-to-end personal service or our fully supported SEEC software package that tracks in real-time across all your networks and management hierarchies.
“SEEC” is for companies running hired pools of equipment. This real-time system delivers facilities to control, monitor, and re-invoice both customers and suppliers who are involved with the management of ‘Chep’ hired, other hired or purchased equipment.
Ewa concluded by say, “The SEEC software is flexible enough to mirror the different requirements of each area of the supply chain, from manufacturing, warehousing and logistics through to the retail environment – we have a different module for each sector. By using the SEEC software you would be joining the likes of SAICA and Nampak Packaging, H J Heinz UK & Ireland, Nestle Purina, Unilever Ambient and Chilled Foods, United Biscuits, DHL, Wincanton and a number of other blue chip customers who all put their trust in Equipment Tracking.”
See Equipment Tracking at IMHX Stand number 19H 160 or call 0333 340 2000.
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Leading supplier of pallet tracking software and management services. A team with over 30 years of experience in the logistics field can provide a "One stop shop" for any business that uses pallets or other equipment in the supply chain.