Complete traceability across your abattoir operations delivered in minutes, not hours

Integreater’s abattoir traceability software enables real-time monitoring, capturing livestock data from delivery right through to despatch.

 

Strict and extensive legislation is one of the toughest challenges faced by abattoirs. To demonstrate complete traceability, slaughter houses must ensure accurate identification, selection, weighing, grading and labelling of all livestock and carcasses. And in each case, they have to correctly record and disclose any veterinary conditions.

Integreater’s web based abattoir livestock tracker software measures important factory floor data, ensuring that management have complete visibility and control of the slaughter process. To support abattoir traceability operations, the bookings, management and payments systems automate complex and time consuming administrative tasks.

Always maintain a complete and an accurate view of your abattoir kill line. Automatic alerts for operators about any potential issues to enable staff to act quickly, contain any problems, minimising disruption.

“We are now 100% sure that MHS health information gathered is accurately attributable to the correct animal. .. This allows our producers to benchmark performance of healthy animals against animals which have perhaps had some health issues.”
John Craig, Operations Director, A.K. Stoddart

High standards are one of the unique selling points of the British industry and Integreater® has been developed to ensure that businesses meet important industry legislation, helping them to avoid penalties and fines.

Always be audit ready

Electronic data management enables abattoirs to easily provide evidence to relevant authorities, well within required time frames. For example, if automated data capture is used across an abattoir’s site, BRC audits can be completed within 10 minutes rather than the allotted 4 hours, reducing the burden whilst improving its integrity and quality of content.

With Integreater, BRC audits can be completed within 10 minutes rather than the allotted 4 hours, and improves the integrity and quality of audit content

“We are now 100% sure that Meat Hygiene Service (MHS) health information gathered is accurately attributable to the correct animal (let alone the correct batch of animals, as is required by the legislation). In conjunction with other systems which we had in place already, this allows our producers to benchmark performance of healthy animals against animals which have perhaps had some health issues, primarily fluke, which is a massive issue for producers in our catchment area.” John Craig, Operations Director, A.K. Stoddart