Batch traceability is a critical part of Batch Management, and it’s becoming an essential tool for all companies to have. Here are three reasons why your company needs batch traceability:
As regulations become more complex, batch traceability becomes even more critical because it allows you to keep your finger on the pulse of what’s happening with each batch throughout its entire life cycle.
Helps With Production Line Stoppages
If an issue arises, you can use batch traceability to quickly determine which batches are affected by the stoppage so that the production of unaffected batches can continue without interruption.
With batch traceability in place, tracking down which shipments are affected by recalls or rework issues becomes much easier. Once the problem is identified, it can be fixed quickly so that your customers have their products back on store shelves as soon as possible.
Ensures Regulatory Compliance
It keeps track of every batch in your facility, so you can always prove that products are safe by showing regulators a detailed history of testing results for each product.
Batch traceability ensures consistency across the board for every batch of any product, keeping track of testing results from start to finish, so you never have to worry about regulatory compliance.