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“Blockchain technology makes wondering about missing crates a thing of the past”

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The Dutch company Van Gelder Groente & Fruit no longer has to bother with crate return receipts. Since late last year, they have been testing an automated and digitized crate management system. RTI Blockchain is helping this fruit and vegetable supplier with a platform that provides real-time overviews of where all packaging is at both Van Gelder and its food service customers. Drivers use a mobile scanning app to scan the crates when loading and unloading them. This scanning application can be added to the RTI Blockchain platform.

Drivers do not always take the correct crates
“In this new system, every crate in our pool has a unique barcode, which drivers scan as they get loaded. If the driver scans a crate intended for a different route, the system immediately indicates that. If too few crates are scanned for that particular route, the driver sees that on the display. They cannot take the wrong or the incorrect number of crates,” says Demis van Kouwen.

Once at the client’s, the crates are rescanned. The RTI Dashboard, a supplier/customer, shared portal, notifies Van…

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