TOGETHER WITH THE ENVIRONMENTAL AND SANITARY QUALITY OF ITS OPERATIONS, THE TERMINAL STANDS OUT FOR THE TRACEABILITY OF THE SHIPMENTS, THE AGILE DELIVERY TO TRUCK OR RAIL WAGON AND COST REDUCTION, NOT ONLY REGARDING UNLOADING BUT ALSO FREIGHT ON IMPORTED GOODS
raceability of all agribulk commodities handled by Tasa, are registered in the integrated management program SAP (which is connected to the Terminal’s control system), since the arrival of the vessel until the client receives the product.
The traceability system used by TASA includes the following points:
- – Intake of Products from the vessel.
- – Storage of products according to the qualitative variability of the different batches stored.
- – Delivery of products by track o rail wagon.
The owners of the goods handled in Tasa define how to form the batches on which traceability is based upon. That is, they can give instructions so that in the same vessel, each hold is regarded a batch, or can order to gather several vessels (each of them with several holds), in an only batch (provided they are homogeneous shipments regarding nutritional and legal point of view).
Commodities are perfectly spotted and identified, thanks to this fact the Terminal’s control system prevent any goods’ comingling.
Under normal conditions, the temperature of the commodities stored in the flat warehouse is checked on a weekly basis to guarantee a proper preservation of the product. On one side, in the unusual event that high temperatures or worrying signs were observed, controls would be increased. On the other side and for the commodities stored in the silos, there is a thermometer system that monitors temperature in real time in 34 different points inside each silo.
The potential development of plagues is always noticed and duly notified to take the appropriate measures.
If any of these values reaches its critical point, we inform the customer immediately about it, and adopt the measures needed under his instructions.
Tasa is aware at every moment of who has delivered every shipment to the terminal and whom the terminal has delivered it to, informing about any matter regarding the batch’s traceability.