Tive, a global leader in supply chain and logistics technology, today announced the release of the Tive Tag. The Tive Tag is a long-life cloud-enabled temperature logger in the form factor of a flexible shipping label. Designed to break price point barriers, the Tive Tag provides a solution for first and last-mile deliveries, warehouse operations, as well as over the road, rail, air, and ocean cold chain management.
Breaking New Ground in Cold Chain Visibility
Imagine a cloud-enabled temperature logger, in the form of a thin, flexible shipping label, and at half the cost of a conventional logger. Now make it last for a year, design it to be reused trip after trip during that year, and then give it a non-Lithium earth-friendly battery. Introducing the Tive Tag. It’s like a shipping label – just one that has an incredible amount of tech embedded inside.
Tive already has a portfolio of award-winning cold chain innovations. The Tive Tag is a simple solution for shippers, retailers, cold storage operators, and last mile delivery. Customers have an audit trail for compliance, the tag is air freight safe, and supports your ESG initiatives with minimal electronic waste. Simply stick, tap it with your phone, and ship.
Tive Tag: Simple and Powerful Cold Chain Visibility
Start and stop the Tive Tag to define individual trips. Stick the Tag on a reusable plastic container (RPC), a carton, or a box and now you have proof of delivery and proof the cold chain was maintained. Go across town, coast-to-coast, or continent-to-continent. The Tive Tag makes shipping and receiving safe and easy.
“I’m really excited to show the Tive Tag to the world. We are committed to pushing the limits of possible, to deliver cutting edge products and services to global supply chain managers. Seamless like a shipping label, the Tive Tag puts amazing tech in the palm of your hand at a price the market has never seen.” said Krenar Komoni, Founder & CEO of Tive. “Customers have been searching for a last mile solution, and cost has always been the barrier. The Tive Tag is the answer.”