Thinxtra/Sigfox partnership annouced

CCP has announced its partnership with Thinxtra. Thinxtra is empowering the Internet of Things (IoT) in Asia Pacific by deploying the world-leading Sigfox network; its network currently covers 70% of the population in Australia and 87% of the population in New Zealand. For CCP customers, this partnership extends connectivity options augments monitoring capabilities across global food supply chains.

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Thinxtra/Sigfox partner with CCP

CCP has announced its partnership with Thinxtra which extends connectivity options and augments monitoring capabilities across global food supply chains. Thinxtra is empowering the Internet of Things (IoT) in Asia Pacific by deploying the world-leading Sigfox network. Sigfox is the world’s leading provider of connectivity for the Internet of Things (IoT).

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CCP forms strategic partnership with Icon Global Link

MELBOURNE, Australia, 16 September 2016 – Agenix Limited (ASX: AGX) today announced its wholly owned subsidiary CCP Holdings Pty Ltd – provider of an affordable high quality Internet of Things (IoT) critical control point monitoring solution – has entered a strategic partnership with Icon Global Link.

Icon Global Link (IGL) provides a cloud-based solution for integrated risk planning, document management and distribution, compliance implementation, monitoring and data capture in supply chains. As part of the relationship, CCP has worked with IGL to ensure real-time critical control point data integrates seamlessly into IGL’s platform.
“In line with targeting the food industry, this transaction provides a significant channel to market for CCP” said CCP’s CEO, Michael White.

IGL work with leading Australia retailers to deliver compliance management and training systems. Their customers include Metcash Limited (ASX:MTS) – Australia’s leading wholesale distribution and marketing company specialising in grocery, fresh food, liquor and hardware – which incorporates IGA, Supa IGA, IGA X-press, Friendly Grocer, Lucky 7 and other high-profile brands including Australian United Retailers Limited (AURL) – an independent retail supermarket group trading under the FoodWorks brand.

“Under the partnership, IGL will resell CCP’s solution to its customer base” Mr White said.

About CCP
CCP empowers businesses to make better decisions with a low-cost, sophisticated IoT monitoring solution which captures and interprets real-time critical control point information. Critical control points are the points in a supply chain where a failure of standard operating procedure has potential to cause serious harm to people – and to a business’ reputation and bottom line. Standard critical control points include temperature, energy, environment (e.g. air and water quality, pH, chemicals, noise, acoustics and gases) and movement.

More information: www.ccp-network.com

Media Enquiries:
Michael White, Executive Director & CEO, CCP Holdings Pty Ltd
T: +61 (0) 412 799 232

Company Contact:
Gary Taylor, Company Secretary & CFO, Agenix Limited
T: +61 (0) 430 432 745

US sales and key appointment

MELBOURNE, Australia, 18 October 2016 – Agenix Limited (ASX: AGX) has made its first sales in the US following the appointment of Mr Thomas Chicoine to head its North American business. Mr Chicoine has 30 years of experience in the US within food manufacturing, warehousing, distribution and retail. He has held senior management overseeing multi-operation profit centres with Cumberland Farms/Gulf Oil (a large chain of convenience stores) and the Sara Lee Corporation representing USD$750 million in annual revenue and the management of 2000 employees.

Mr Michael White, CCP’s CEO said,
“With Tom’s leadership, deep contact network and extensive understanding of food management from harvest through retail, CCP is well poised for accelerated growth in North America.”

About CCP
CCP empowers businesses to make better decisions with a low-cost, sophisticated IoT monitoring solution which captures and interprets real-time critical control point information. The solution has widespread application across multiple sectors and is being initially applied to primarily monitor temperature in the food safety industry in temperature critical environments such as refrigerated storage areas.

Agenix Limited is the parent company of CCP Holdings Pty Ltd.

More information on CCP: www.ccp-network.com

For further information, contact:
Mr Gary Taylor, Company Secretary & CFO
Agenix Limited
T: +61 (0) 430 432 745

First CCP Installation for National Retail Food Business

MELBOURNE, Australia, 29 November 2016 – CCP Technologies Limited (ASX:CT1) is pleased to announce a large Australian grocery store chain has completed implementing the CCP Solution at its first site. The implementation
follows a successful trial which was undertaken to prove the solution’s efficiency and reliability. CCP now aims to sell its solution to other members of the chain.

Michael White, CCP’s CEO said:
“We are seeing CCP’s early adopters experience a great leap forward in their ability to monitor temperature for food safety which is good for their customers and supports brand protection. Our customers are realising bottom-line benefits by using CCP to optimise refrigeration equipment, labour costs and energy usage.”

All food industry participants understand the importance of temperature monitoring for food safety. CCP’s unique offering provides automated 24/7 monitoring which is easily and quickly installed by the customer; and paid for on
a cost-effective, SaaS based subscription model.

All food businesses must comply with their relevant state legislation for food safety and the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code. CCP’s solution is part of the retailer’s broader food safety program which has recently been approved by authorities.

About CCP
CCP empowers businesses to make better decisions with a low-cost, sophisticated IoT monitoring solution which captures and interprets real-time critical control point information. Critical control points are the points in a
supply chain where a failure of standard operating procedure has potential to cause serious harm to people – and to a business’ reputation and bottom line. Standard critical control points include temperature, energy, environment (e.g.
air and water quality, pH, chemicals, noise, acoustics and gases) and movement.

More information: www.ccp-network.com

Enquiries:
Michael White, Executive Director & CEO, CCP Technologies Limited
T: +61 (0) 412 799 232