Roses Are Red, Violets Are Blue, We Make Cold Chain Monitoring Easier for You

Roses Are Red, Violets Are Blue, We Make Cold Chain Monitoring Easier for You

Maximize Valentine’s Day freshness and supply chain efficiency with Luna XIO’s Bluetooth-to-cloud solution. Spend less and ensure the integrity of perishables with real-time cold chain monitoring, recognized for innovation and cost-effectiveness in the industry.

Luna at Manifest 2024

Luna at Manifest 2024

🚀 Discover Supply-Chain Visibility 2.0 at Manifest 2024! 🚀 Join Pete Seltz from Luna XIO at Manifest 2024 in Las Vegas (Feb 5-7). Experience the ease of monitoring shipment conditions down to the pallet level by leveraging cost-efficient Bluetooth sensors and your drivers’ mobile phones. Transform your supply chain with our efficient, real-time tracking –…

‘Twas the Tech Before Christmas: Luna’s Role in Santa’s Supply Chain

‘Twas the Tech Before Christmas: Luna’s Role in Santa’s Supply Chain

Toys aren’t all that Santa’s got in his bag this year… ‘Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house, sensors were blinking that Santa’s about. Those elves on those shelves had a secret you see: they carried a payload of syncing BLEs. As Santa approaches each house on the block, the elf pings…

5 Ways Real-time Visibility Data Sets You Up for Success in 2024

5 Ways Real-time Visibility Data Sets You Up for Success in 2024

Data-driven, actionable intelligence is the secret to expanding your supply chain business in the new year The secret to business success is making data-driven decisions. Not going by your gut or following a fad, but looking at what’s really going on and making decisions based on facts. A lot of companies rely on quarterly reports…

Turkey Troubles: Addressing the Issue of Wasted Thanksgiving Birds

Turkey Troubles: Addressing the Issue of Wasted Thanksgiving Birds

Every Thanksgiving, millions of Americans enjoy turkey, though many are wasted due to temperature-related issues in the supply chain. Why? Skip to solution or read the full article. In 2018, Americans ate over 45 million turkeys on Thanksgiving. Moving that many birds would take approximately 13,500 trucks each hauling 50,000 lbs of turkeys. While most…