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Cargotester.com Online LIMS

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Cargotester.com Online LIMS enables labs to track their workflow, manage retained samples, maintain a customer database and generate reports. By using sample-based test results for specific procedures and a client-centric procedure database, generating work orders, entering results, and creating reports are a snap. The company also offers customization services for reports, data/software integration and feature modules.

Cargotester.com Online LIMS allows users to enter and access data most relevant for laboratory operations, including products, procedures, samples, personnel, clients, specs, jobs, etc. The system uses the latest database and Internet technology to provide the end user with a sophisticated LIMS at low cost. It is fully integrated and compatible with Cargotrader.com's logistical data management software.

Cargotester.com was developed to move Cargotrader Inc.'s software into the LIMS market. Cargotrader.com is a highly sophisticated Internet-based database software for keeping track of the transfer of bulk cargo, such as refined chemicals, petrochemicals, dry cargo and packaged cargo, among multiple parties. The software tracks both quantity and quality information on shipments, so the development of LIMS Cargotester.com software was the natural extension of an existing product.

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Cargotester.com
1666 Vallery View Road Martinsville, NJ 08836 USA

Tel: +1 (908) 275-0107 or +1 (732) 356-9392

Email: info@cargotester.com



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