CCP partners with Tecair

CCP partners with Tecair

CCP Technologies Limited (ASX:CT1) (“CCP” or the “Company”) announces it has entered into a Reseller Agreement with major refrigeration services business, Tecair to support business development. Under the Agreement, Tecair will sell CCP to their nation-wide customer base, which includes major restaurant chains, pubs, clubs and others in the cold-chain.

Richard Matthews, Chief Executive Officer of Tecair (Quantum FM Pty Ltd) said,

“Refrigeration information needs to be real-time and there is no other way to do this other than remote monitoring. Tecair selected the CCP platform after a long evaluation that highlighted the need for a cost-effective solution with adaptability and customisation when required. Many of our customers want to monitor freezer, cool rooms, kitchen temperatures for staff and restaurant temperatures for customers on the one system with sometimes hundreds of sites. CCP is the best solution to do this.”

Michael White, Chief Executive Officer of CCP said,

“This agreement extends our reach to key market segments where we know CCP offers a strong value proposition. Tecair’s customer base includes several well-known restaurant chains. In this space, we know customers want a true enterprise solution with communication network diversity and powerful business intelligence; and that’s what CCP offers. We are delighted Tecair has selected to partner with CCP.”

Company Contact:

Michael White, Executive Director & CEO
CCP Technologies Limited
www.ccp-technologies.com
T: +61 (0) 412 799 232

About Tecair

Tecair is an Australia-wide business specialising in refrigeration and air conditioning service and installation for commercial clients throughout the cold-chain. Tecair has serviced thousands of sites nationally for more than 30 years and is an industry leader in terms of the adoption of new technology and its beneficial application for its many clients.

Further information: www.tecair.com.au

About the cold-chain

The cold chain – which starts at the farm gate and continues through to consumption – is essential to every economy. Refrigeration and air conditioning (RAC) underpins food, health, agriculture, telecommunications and other vital socio-economic services. According to the Australian Government’s 2018 Cold Hard Facts 3 report, RAC is the single largest electricity consuming class of technology in Australia.

Perishable foods are moved through the cold chain by 38,000 refrigerated trucks and pass through tens of thousands of cool-rooms, are served and sold through hundreds of thousands of food service businesses and more than 4,000 retail outlets. At least 44% of average household food expenditure (not including eating out) is on perishable food. As population grows, so does the cold chain.

About CCP

CCP Technologies offers a critical control point management system in Australia and North America, and has an emerging presence in Singapore. 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.

CCP captures data using Smart Tags (sensors) and an advanced Internet of Things (IoT) network which leverages WiFi and various LPWAN connectivity solutions. Data is delivered to the company’s big data cloud platform where it is analysed to deliver business intelligence. Customers access this information through Web and Mobile Dashboards; and receive real-time alerts via SMS, email and push notifications.

The Company’s first target market is the food industry, where food safety regulation, energy savings and waste reduction drives adoption.

Further information: www.ccp-technologies.com

 

 

Australian Venue Co reduces risk with CCP

Australian Venue Co reduces risk with CCP

On the 2018 Melbourne Cup weekend, a freezer door left open nearly caused disaster at The Park Melbourne. Thanks to CCP, the executive chef received an alert notification which saved the day and $13,000 worth of food.

Australian Venue Co is using the CCP solution to continuously monitor refrigeration.

Dylan Kemp, Executive Chef at Australian Venue Co said,

“Over the hectic 2018 Melbourne Cup weekend, a freezer door was accidentally left open by staff at The Park Melbourne. When I received an alert notification from CCP, I checked the temperature graph on my mobile phone and realised we had a problem. With a wedding function on, I went in early and saved $13,000 worth of food. More importantly, the incident didn’t affect food service for the wedding.”

Michael White, Chief Executive Officer at CCP said,

“In professional food businesses such as the events and function centres, food service is heavily reliant on equipment operating correctly, particularly fridges and freezers. Like our other customer’s, Australian Venue Co is using CCP to strengthen food safety and reduce business risk.”

Based on data CCP has captured, 4.9% of refrigerated coolers and freezers in businesses will suffer a complete failure each year. Automated continuous monitoring of refrigeration is a far better approach than out-of-date data loggers and error-prone manual checks

Further information:

Michael White | Executive Director & CEO
CCP Technologies Limited
E: michael.white@ccp-network.com
W: www.ccp-network.com
M: +61 (0) 412 799 232
Investor relations: www.ccp-technologies.com

CCP launches Shipment Monitoring solution

CCP launches Shipment Monitoring solution

CCP Technologies Limited (“CCP” or “The Company”) is pleased to announce that it has launched its Shipment Monitoring Smart Tag to meet critical control point monitoring requirements in transport and logistics environments.

Since temperature is the most critical environmental parameter affecting the perishable food supply chain, it is commonly referred to as the “cold chain”. All cold chain stakeholders have a requirement for temperature monitoring to comply with food safety legislation and regulations.

When it comes to shipment monitoring, the global market is currently dominated by passive data loggers. Data loggers are typically connected to a PC to download temperature data at the end of the journey; however, these do not provide a real-time preventative management tool. The CCP shipment monitoring solution is a novel multi-path connectivity approach which leverages diverse LPWAN, NFC and other communication systems to deliver flexibility. By providing easy access to data at any point along the supply chain, our solution is designed to enable customers to prevent failures before they occur.

When perishable products are shipped, temperature control is critical. If a temperature breach occurs at any point along the supply chain, product quality can be irreparably impacted.  Shipments valued in the millions can be lost or delayed as breaches are investigated, which results in supply interruptions, negative customer impact and risk to product safety.

Michael White, Chief Executive Officer of CCP said,

“CCP now offers end-to-end IoT-based monitoring solutions from farm to fork. The market for our shipment monitoring solution is massive. We estimate the total available market size in Australia and the US for shipment monitoring is 450 million monitoring points. It’s terrific to see our tags being successfully used now in a variety of domestic and export shipment environments.”

The Company’s first installation of its shipment monitoring solution is with a national food distributor who is conducting a trial. Smart Tags were installed in refrigerated trucks and setup to report each driver’s shift. CCP Smart Tags are “tapped” with a mobile phone to activate, configure, capture temperature and GPS location data and set way-points. Once activated, these tags automatically captured temperatures and locations so that the data can be presented in map, graph or report formats on CCP’s platform. Data is available in real-time and include notifications for any out of tolerance events. Geo-fencing features strengthen the shipment monitoring value proposition.

Michael White, Chief Executive Officer of CCP said,

“Globally, food companies are looking to use Blockchain to improve their ability to through-chain monitor the temperature conditions of perishable foods to ensure quality control and extend shelf life. Our shipment monitoring customers will be able to enter into smart contracts which are supported by business rules for product monitoring, breach alerts, product acceptance and product payment. Our new shipment smart tag complements our Blockchain initiatives.”

Further information:

Michael White | Executive Director & CEO
CCP Technologies Limited
E: michael.white@ccp-network.com
W: www.ccp-network.com
M: +61 (0) 412 799 232
Investor relations: www.ccp-technologies.com

About CCP

CCP Technologies – a listed public company on the Australian Securities Exchange – offers a critical control point management system in Australia and North America and has an emerging presence in Singapore. 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.

CCP captures data using Smart Tags (sensors) and an advanced Internet of Things (IoT) network which leverages WiFi and various LPWAN connectivity solutions. Data is delivered to the company’s big data cloud platform where it is analysed to deliver business intelligence. Customers access this information through Web and Mobile Dashboards; and receive real-time alerts via SMS, email and push notifications.

The Company’s first target market is the food industry, where food safety regulation, energy savings and waste reduction drives adoption. The company has announced its appliance-level energy (power) monitoring solution for release in 2018.

 

CCP wins food industry award

CCP wins food industry award

Anthony Rowley (CCP Executive Director & COO) was joined at the awards function by the owners of Earth Walker & Co (Coledale, NSW) – one of CCP’s first customers

CCP Technologies Limited (“CCP” or “The Company”) is pleased to announce it has received the Food Safety Equipment & Materials Award at the 2018 Food & Beverage Industry Awards. This category celebrates new products and advancements in technology designed to improve and maintain food safety standards in manufacturing facilities around Australia.

In the food industry, refrigeration is mission critical. To underpin food safety, potentially hazardous foods must be kept under temperature control conditions and temperature records must be kept.

Michael White, Chief Executive Officer of CCP said,

“Based on data we’ve captured, 4.9% of refrigerated coolers and freezers in businesses will suffer a complete failure each year. In the food industry, if something goes wrong with a fridge, it causes enormous business disruption and can jeopardise food safety. Automated, continuous monitoring of refrigeration using modern Internet of Things (IoT) technology is a far better and more cost-effective approach.”

Global food supply chains contain hundreds of millions of critical control points, where checks (e.g. storage temperature for food) are routinely performed. Manual monitoring of control points, paper trails and information silos presents challenges for governance, risk and compliance. Secure automated data curation and exchange technologies present transformational supply chain opportunities, delivering significant value to their operations.

Mr White said,

“While strengthening regulatory compliance remains a key driver for adoption, customers are using our solution to yield significant energy savings, reduce waste and support preventive maintenance programs. By harnessing the convergence of Cloud computing, IoT with edge-computing, big data analytics, Blockchain, machine learning and artificial intelligence, CCP is delivering commercial off-the-shelf and bespoke solutions to revolutionise supply chains.”

The Company is poised to release its appliance-level energy (power) monitoring solution to empower businesses to reduce their electricity bills and a shipment monitoring solution with Blockchain features to augment perishable food transport.

About CCP Network

CCP Technologies Limited – a listed public company on the Australian Securities Exchange – offers a critical control point management system in Australia and North America, and has an emerging presence in Singapore. 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.

CCP captures data using Smart Tags (sensors) and an advanced Internet of Things (IoT) solution which leverages WiFi and various Low-Power Wide-Area Network (LPWAN) connectivity options, including NB-IoT and LTE Cat-M1 and Sigfox networks. Data is delivered to the company’s big data cloud platform where it is analysed to deliver business intelligence. Customers access this information through Web and Mobile Dashboards; and receive real-time alerts via SMS, email and push notifications.

The company has recently announced its hand-held temperature probes, power monitoring Smart Tags, shipment monitoring and various other solutions to support businesses in the food industry.

For further information on the CCP Solution, visit: www.ccp-network.com

 

Further information:

Michael White | Executive Director & CEO
CCP Technologies Limited
E: michael.white@ccp-network.com
W: www.ccp-network.com
M: +61 (0) 412 799 232
Investor relations: www.ccp-technologies.com

CCP adds Homestyle to its aged care foothold

CCP adds Homestyle to its aged care foothold

Homestyle Aged Care Services is implementing the CCP Solution across ten residential care homes in the greater Melbourne metropolitan and Geelong areas.

In aged care settings, elderly people are more vulnerable to food safety risks which can have serious consequences. According to the Australian Institute of Food Safety, people’s immune systems tend to grow weaker as they grow older. To underpin food safety, potentially hazardous foods must be kept under temperature control conditions and temperature records must be kept.

Tim Humphries, Chief Executive Officer of Homestyle Aged Care said,

“We are using CCP’s Internet of Things (IoT) solution to deliver an immediate benefit to our food service operations. By implementing this solution, continuous temperature monitoring of refrigeration in our kitchen strengthens food safety straightaway. We’ll also take advantage of built-in analytics to ensure our fridges are performing optimally. This will improve food shelf-life, reduce food waste and support energy efficiency.”

Based on CCP data, 4.9% of refrigerated coolers and freezers in businesses will suffer a complete failure each year. If fridges breakdown in an aged care food service operation, it causes enormous business disruption and can put people’s lives at risk.

CCP continues to build a foothold in the growing Aged Care sector. According to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, there were 902 organisations providing residential aged care through 2,672 services at 30 June 2017. In addition, there were 1,523 organisations funded to provide home support over 2016/17 through 3,308 services. Substantial food service operations exist to support residential aged care facilities and home support services. CCP estimates food service temperature monitoring market for the Aged Care sector in Australia to be over 50,000 monitoring points.

According the Clean Energy Corporation Australia, health and aged care facilities are among the most energy-intensive in Australia. Customers in these sectors are set to benefit from the introduction of CCP’s new appliance-level energy monitoring solution.

Further information:

Michael White | Executive Director & CEO
CCP Technologies Limited
E: michael.white@ccp-network.com
W: www.ccp-network.com
M: +61 (0) 412 799 232
Investor relations: www.ccp-technologies.com

The Croydon Hotel implements CCP to reduce risk

The Croydon Hotel implements CCP to reduce risk

The Croydon Hotel situated on the Maroondah Highway almost at the foot of the Yarra Ranges has much to offer with a Bistro, Sports Bar and, “The Social” which is the newest and hippest bar in town. The Hotel promotes local Yarra Valley wines and beers and has a wide variety of high quality food on offer. They cater for large numbers, particularly on weekends and the manager at The Croydon Hotel understands just how important is to have their temperature monitoring under control.

Food safety and food quality is front of mind and the hotel’s decision to install CCP reduces business risk.

Michael White, Chief Executive Officer of CCP said,

“Effective and efficient commercial refrigeration supports every aspect of a sophisticated food service operation. If something goes wrong with the fridges, it causes enormous business disruption; and when it comes to perishable food, temperature underpins food safety and shelf-life. There is no doubt, automated continuous monitoring of refrigeration using low-cost contemporary Internet of Things (IoT) technology is a far better approach than out-of-date and error-prone manual checks.”

With CCP installed in refrigerators, an alert notification is immediately sent via email/SMS if temperature tolerances are breached.

Further information:

Michael White | Executive Director & CEO
CCP Technologies Limited
E: michael.white@ccp-network.com
W: www.ccp-network.com
M: +61 (0) 412 799 232
Investor relations: www.ccp-technologies.com