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Lot & Traceability

Lot & Traceability is an essential part of the food industry. Producer must be able to call up who delivered which raw materials, which products they were used in, which production route they completed, and which customer will receive the goods. Everything must be transparent and watertight.

When goods are received their lot number is input. These lot numbers are taken to production. A new lot is created based on the item. This provides a link with the raw materials used, semifinished products, etc. so you can easily refer to the supplier.

When the final product is sent out for sale, the lots are input. An easy way to do this is via RF-scanning. That way you know which product is delivered to which customer.

LISA allows you to follow the entire path via a tree structure. You can take action much quicker if your supplier reports that there is a problem with a certain delivery. You call up the lot number and can follow the entire production chain, from receipt to final delivery to your customer. This is also possible if a customer reports an error in your product. You can see which raw materials from which supplier are in this product/lot.

You can also see which machines were used to make the product, because the error might lie with the machines.
LISA also offers the ability to request reports for the FAVV.

The principles of lot tracing can also be used in other, non-food production environments.

  • For example, a chair manufacturer wants to receive its 'fabrics' per lot in order to be sure that only fabric from that specific lot is used in one chair.
  • For example, a cabinet manufacturer wants to receive its 'planks' per lot in order to be sure that only planks from that specific lot is used in one cabinet.


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