Knowing quality and quantity information with weighted average grade factors per bin assists in meeting contract requirements and producing more profitable blends. Are you struggling to generate reports quickly that show current inventory or historical information? Do you have to manually enter information into other systems?
If you are keeping track of grain inventory on a white board in your facility, how do managers at another location quickly know your inventory?
Are you able to model “what-if” scenarios quickly without manual calculations to plan bin flow rates?
Do you have visibility to the movement of product from source bins to destination bins across all of your grain facilities?
If a recall happens, could you furnish reporting information within 24-48 hours?
If you have a binning systems that tracks where your grain came from, where it goes in your facility and where it ships to – you should be able to provide the reporting needed. Your system should also capture key information, including grain quality.
If you don’t have a system that captures this information, you should consider getting prepared for the demands of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) now.
Completely integrated with oneWeigh scale automation - these are just a few of the challenges that binSight can solve, we invite you to learn more.
The binSight automated bin management solution helps you track grain quantity & quality, helps you create better blends, provides regional views of inventory capacity, and gives real-time reporting to meet FSMA traceability for grain storage.
An integrated transportation management solution that gives you a more effective way to manage your entire grain operations freight & dispatch process, connecting all of your contract details to a load number.
Reduce double-entry, save time and money with a practical scale automation solution that integrates to AGRIS, CINCH or other grain commodity accounting systems.