The Next Generation Supply Chain

Discover how transportation companies are leveraging IoT functionalities and other digital technologies to improve their supply chain operations.

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Supply chain reliability

Collaboration between stakeholders in the supply chain can help transportation and logistics companies to coordinate cargo movement in the market of high freight demand. Fleet and asset management is vital for the reliability that's needed to keep cargo moving to meet customer expectations.



Gain unprecedented visibility through your assets, vehicles, and operators

  • Manage your fleet, assets, and their condition efficiently and effectively

    Understanding the location and condition of assets helps to keep them in service and generating revenue. This also enables companies to properly manage labor and fuel costs through optimized scheduling to remain agile.

  • Simplify job, manifest, and route details

    Through easy-to-access information, the delivery of cargo and proof of its delivery protects the shippers, carriers, and customers, and helps to remove complexity from supply chain operations.


  • Ensure ELD compliance, enhance safety, and manage risks for violations

    Implementing ELD platforms that provide all hardware, connectivity, and reporting needed can help to alleviate pressures from regulatory compliance requirements.




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