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It's Official, Our New Xray Reclaim Facility Is Now Open

xraymachineShip us your suspect products and we will inspect them for you at our new 15,000 sq ft location centrally located in Bolton, Ontario, just north of Toronto

Last year, we inspected over 2.5 million kilograms of product, valued at over $10 000 000, diverting waste from the landfill.

Plan Automation is now operating a 15,000 sq. ft. x-ray reclaim facility in Bolton, Ontario. With over 200 client reclaim inspections performed for food and beverage, we are now offering the added convenience of having your suspect products controlled and inspected offsite with disposal services when necessary. This service reduces the cost for smaller reclaims as it eliminates equipment shipping costs and setup costs.



Turnkey Offsite X-Ray Reclaim Services



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What We Do:

  1. Ship us your suspect products
  2. We inspect and separate the good from the contaminated products
  3. We prepare detailed reporting
  4. Your products are then ready for pick-up

Why choose Plan Automation for your product reclaims?

  1. Reclaim suspect products and avoid losses, and only dispose of contaminated products
  2. Fast turnaround, we can process a full truckload in less than a day
  3. 100% turnkey, we handle everything
  4. In-debt traceability and statistical process controls

Once contacted, the Plan Automation team will:

  1. Our Reclaim Inspection specialist will contact you for a thorough evaluation of your situation
  2. Execute in-depth product testing to assure detection
  3. Create a custom reclaim plan compliant with your food safety program (i.e. HACCP, BRC, GFSI, etc)
  4. Inspect all products and reject any contaminated or defective products
  5. Provide a final inspection report which will include:
    • Inspection summary
    • Inspection details and X-ray image of each individual products
    • Full statistical charts: Histograms, bar charts and timeline graphs
    • Full traceability down to an individual product

Interested? Click here to learn more.