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An AI solution for supply chain introduced - Coldcha 2.0

LinkThings, a company specializing in supply chain technology, introduces a new multilingual platform, Coldcha 2.0.

Users now have the option to monitor all shipments through one platform, with real-time monitoring data from various manufacturers enriched with additional information, such as air and maritime information.

Coldcha 2.0 is an AI-based system, like Chat GPT, that analyzes a lot of information and answers many questions. The system is self-learning and is now specifically applied to the transportation phase of the supply chain. The more information, the more powerful the system.

Coldcha 2.0 therefore collects as much data as possible and links all relevant information of a shipment together, including information on the products in the shipment from ERP systems, temperature, humidity, and other real-time sensor and location data, information from third parties such as aviation and shipping and port information, emission, weather, and traffic data. Coldcha 2.0 analyzes this data and searches for deviations and correlations.

The result: insights, warnings, improvements, and advice for the supply chain. This can prevent claims and reduce losses. The quality and integrity of the product can also be better safeguarded, and information can be shared in the supply chain as desired.

LinkThings CEO Jin Hoeksema: "We believe that by extracting value from the data and sharing it with your partners, the next step in optimizing the supply chain is taken. With Coldcha 2.0, companies can make their transportation phase more efficient and optimize the links in the logistics chain."

For more information:
Jan-Willem Schrijver
Tel.: +31 6 30115810

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