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MadgeTech exhibiting at IPPE 2014 in Atlanta

1/2/14 1:49 PM

MadgeTech to Exhibit at IPPE in Atlanta, GAMadgeTech, Inc., a global leader in innovative data logging solutions, is exhibiting at the International Production and Processing Expo (IPPE) in Atlanta GA from January 28-30 at the Georgia World Congress Center.

The International Production and Processing Expo is the world’s largest annual meat, poultry and feed event of its kind. With thousands of international visitors from over 100 countries, this event is packed with information on the latest technological developments and issues facing the industry today. MadgeTech brings data logging technologies and advancements to the forefront as essential tools for processing and production facilities worldwide.

Stop by our booth or call anytime and speak with MadgeTech representatives to learn more about data logging systems to assist with HACCP program compliance needs. MadgeTech staff members are trained and experienced with HACCP compliance principals and how best to assess and equip your facility to satisfy requirements for USDA Appendix A and B.

MadgeTech engineers and manufactures a wide range of data loggers designed to monitor meat, egg and poultry processing at every stage. Specialized products and systems are available for monitoring cooking, smoking, cooling, freezing, drying, curing, pasteurization, storage, shipping and more.

MadgeTech rounds out the complete data logging solution with the MadgeTech 4 Data Logger software, available to download free from www.madgetech.com. MadgeTech 4 is an all-in-one package for storing files, creating formal reports, and performing in-depth analysis. Data downloaded from data loggers is automatically saved to the internal file data base, ensuring original records are always maintained. Customizable graphical, tabular and statistic reports can be created to present to clients, auditors, or kept for a physical archive. The software features the ability to export to Excel®, data annotation, digital calibration and more.

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