SIMBA 2017 Adheres to President Obama's Seafood Import Monitoring Program
Redmond - WA - Dynamic Systems, Inc., a Redmond, Washington leader in Seafood Traceability Systems announces SIMBA 2017 with upgraded software that complies with the traceability requirements that monitor illegal imports.
By: Dynamic Systems, Inc
Increased End to End Traceability:
SIMBA can track and label a variety of seafood products from the source through the processing plant. The heart of the system is the advanced touchscreen (similar to fast food screens) that allows for rapid production of labels with the pertinent information, including a GS-1 code, and captures product information (weight, size, color, grade) for that carton or bag. The versatility of the touchscreen allows workers to switch between variable products as they enter the production line. The label information is stored in the SIMBA system and provides management with production reporting, inventory management, traceability, shipping, and more. The cartons may be accumulated onto a pallet and tracked with a single pallet identifier.
Cutting Edge Logistics At the time of shipping, the Van Loading feature of SIMBA tracks each carton or pallet onto a specific van. A Bill of Lading is then produced automatically. This feature not only saves time in the shipping process, it eliminates disputes with the customer regarding what was actually shipped.
Positive Outcome Key results from implementing the SIMBA software include increased production speed, the ability to get same day reporting, to produce accurate production reports, to fulfill traceability requirements, to report accurate inventory, professional looking carton and pallet labels, and expedited van loading.
Learn more about traceability and labeling software for seafood processors at dynamic-systemsinc.com/
Contact Rob Freeman, robf@dynamic-