Explanation traceability

: Ensuring that with deficiencies can be traced and that it can be determined who the suppliers are of the used for a particular . This can be done by if:

  • The receipt is properly registered.
  • All products are coded in .
  • Batches are known during .
  • Batches are scanned in and out (raw and / or semi-finished products).
  • Products for customers are scanned (outgoing goods).
  • Total system is operational. 

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