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Quality managers struggle with traceability and quality management of steel products. It’s a manual, time-consuming, and opaque process prone to human error and unauthorised data manipulation.
SteelTrace fixes this with trusted, simple, and transparent traceability secured by blockchain technology.
Have access to a full picture of your assets’ quality -related data, in real-time, fully traceable and on a secure digital space.
We will help you make quality and safety your top priorities.
Protect your material certificates and offer your customers real-time information, in a structured format, by being part of the SteelTrace ecosystem.
We will help you ensure traceability and supply chain provenance.
“With SteelTrace you certify products in real time during the production process. […] All steps are automatically recorded irrefutably in time using blockchain and there for traceable and transparent to their customer”
Mauro Angeretti, Owner - M.E.G.A
“Standardization of the certificate layout combined with automated checks increases the efficiency of the review.”
Wim Poppe, Sr. Inspection & Quality Engineer / Corrosion Engineer - TotalEnergies
We all find it annoying, but we know they exist: fakers in the steel industry. Counterfeiters of certificates not only undermine confidence in the steel supply chain, they sometimes even contribute to failures and errors within a project.
MEGA has been an early customer of SteelTrace since 2018. SteelTrace used the MEGA plant as a test case for the early version of the platform. Now MEGA certifies materials using SteelTrace. It helps them protect their products from counterfeiting as well as providing automated traceability for all steps of the production and testing.
Suppose you buy an asset with hundreds of individual steel parts that should last for about ten years. Say, for example, a platform. Then those ten years are the guaranteed lifespan of your asset and the parts it consists of. But what if some parts could last longer? Through controlled use, reduced use or by finding out that the product hasn't worn out yet?