The NexProcess includes the NexBox and NexPad. The NexProcess is centered around a “NexBox”, which come in 4 styles and both 20 feet and 40 feet. Each container is “smart” as it has a globally unique identifier (GUID) – also known as a universally unique identifier (UUID) with a GPS tracking device and air-quality monitor that can be monitored 24/7 as it travels from location to location. Each container is sealed after the commodity is tested for certain quality specifications and receives an official USDA grade. The NexProcess provides farm-to-consumer security, the ultimate answer to today’s food safety requirements and consumer demands.
The NexBox can be loaded at the field and all crop data from harvesting equipment is captured and tracked with the box utilizing a unique code. This provides full traceability. The NexBox then travels to a regional “NexPad” or processor location where it will be graded, sealed, dried (if needed) and stored. All pertinent crop information will be logged into a database and Nexyst will act as a platform between buyer and seller providing full visibility to all data and crop information. Buyers will be able to look at our database of inventory (by each individual NexBox) with full visibility of all quality and crop information.
The NexPad is the regional origination site where the NexBoxes will be stored before being loaded onto “wellcars” and shipped out. The anticipated design would be a loop track allowing for efficient truck and train traffic flow. The NexPad will be designed to hold in excess of 15,000 NexBoxes. These will be in areas close to significant crop production and efficient rail structures, yet close enough to population centers where NexBox backhauls contents will be consumed. The NexPad building will serve as the location where the following functions will occur:
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