Newark, N.J.-based PLM Fleet’s IoT management platform PLM TrustLink was named a 2023 “Top Food Chain Technology” by Food Chain Digest, the official magazine of Food Shippers of America (FSA), in June.

“This is the second consecutive year we have won this prestigious award,” said Murli Ram, PLM TrustLink managing director. “By delivering the 3Ts of the Supply Chain - Transparency, Traceability and Trust – PLM TrustLink is revolutionizing track and trace technology in the cold supply chain.”

PLM 3Ts_logoSource: PLM Fleet


According to the company, PLM TrustLink captures KDE and CTE data at the item, case, batch, or container level and uses unique product identifying information to continue to provide full visibility throughout the entire supply chain process.

“Technology has become the backbone of the food supply chain,” said Brian Everett, group publisher and editorial director of Food Chain Digest. 

“Technology platforms, applications and innovators have emerged in the food and beverage market to bring more efficiency, productivity, and transparency to the food chain. This recognition program highlights leaders like PLM TrustLink that are readily available to food shippers in helping them accomplish business goals.”

This article is an excerpt from the August 2023 issue of Supermarket Perimeter. You can read the full Food Safety feature and more in the digital edition here.