Meat industry.
Insight into the location of your meat crates

Stacking bins, meat crates and E, E2 and E3 crates, also known as meat crates, are used in the meat industry to transport meat to customers, such as supermarket chains and butcher shops. With TrackOnline everything is registered about these meat crates, such as the numbers, types and location. In addition, you have a clear overview of which customers still have to return load carriers.

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One platform with all information

Online management and registration of meat crates in TrackOnline provides relevant data.

In TrackOnline you easily register and manage outgoing orders, returned crates and pallets. With knowledge of the location and exact numbers of your meat crates and stacking bins, you can work more efficiently and thoroughly and have a comprehensive packaging administration.

Avoid loss of meat crates

As a supplier to the meat industry, you always want to satisfy your customers. This is why it is important to have enough plastic pallets, meat crates and stacking bins available to transport the products. A shortage of returnable packaging can disturb the delivery schedule. Shortages often come from loss, theft, damage or simply incorrect return delivery. Nevertheless, this does not have to be your future reality. Loss of meat crates, stacking bins and containers in the meat industry is a thing of the past with TrackOnline. With TrackOnline you know exactly how many orders have been placed and how many load carriers are available. This way you can estimate exactly when a shortage is imminent. If you want to prevent shortages, transport meat products in one piece and make sure the meat crates and bins are returned in one piece, there is a solution: TrackOnline.