The use of IoT (Internet of Things) trackers in logistics and transport is becoming increasingly popular, as it provides real-time data and advanced tracking capabilities. IoT trackers can be placed on vehicles, cargo, and other assets, allowing for real-time monitoring and tracking of their location and status.
In logistics and transport, IoT trackers can be used to optimize routes and improve the efficiency of deliveries. This can help to reduce fuel consumption and emissions, while also improving delivery times. The data collected by IoT trackers can also be used to improve supply chain management, by providing insights into inventory levels and delivery schedules.
IoT trackers can also be used to improve the safety of vehicles and cargo. The real-time tracking and monitoring capabilities of IoT trackers can help to identify potential issues before they occur, allowing for proactive maintenance and repairs. In addition, IoT trackers can be used to monitor the temperature and humidity of cargo, helping to ensure that the cargo is being transported under the appropriate conditions.
In addition, IoT trackers can be used to improve customer service by providing real-time tracking information to customers, allowing them to monitor the status of their deliveries.
Overall, the use of IoT trackers in logistics and transport provides benefits such as real-time data, advanced tracking capabilities, improved efficiency, increased safety, and better customer service.
Usage In: Containers, Cargo, Trailers, Non-Powered Vehicles, Rail carts
How It Helps:
- Saves time and your budget
- Allows for a reduction in fleet infrastructure
- Versatility and full visibility of your assets
Improve Freight And Cargo Handling Using IoT Trackers Within Your Budget:
IoT trackers have quickly become a staple for managing logistics and transport. By affixing a tracker to individual shipments, companies can gain real-time visibility into the location and condition of their goods. This information can help to optimize routes, avoid delays, and ensure that products arrive at their destination in good condition. IoT trackers also provide valuable data that can be used to improve future transport operations. By analyzing past shipping data, companies can identify trends and develop more efficient ways of moving goods. IoT tracking will only likely become more widespread in the coming years as businesses increasingly turn to data-driven methods of managing their supply chains.
Using the IoT tracking system can yield the following benefits:
- Keep track of where assets and non-powered equipment are at all times.
- See the transport route’s breadcrumb trail.
- Receive immediate data on shock, temperature, humidity, light, and other factors from assets.
- Recovery from loss and theft
- Protect expensive goods
- Directly mountable on container chassis, dollies, box trailers, and other items
- Improved efficiency and visibility of the supply chain
- Maintain factual data records
- Integration with already-existing third-party ERP and management systems
Saves Time And Your Budget:
These are just a few ways our IoT trackers may enhance your logistics and give you a clearer picture of your supply chain, saving time and your budget in handling them.
- Your logistics partner has lost a part of your transport. You can locate it immediately using accurate GPS coordinates provided by your tracker.
- Your property has been lost or damaged while being transported. As tracking information verifies time, location, and shock levels, damage claims can be rapidly resolved.
- The placement of your goods outside of storage facilities exposes it to dampness. Your tracker alerts you so you may take action and minimize damage.
So this automatically helps the logistics managers and owners reduce costs in their business maintenance and plan wisely before an incident occurs.
Allows For Reduction In Fleet Infrastructure:
When your fleet of containers, trailers or transport frames have wireless IoT devices, they can tell you exactly where they are and whether or not each asset is being used.
This enables more effective management of whole fleets, regardless of their make-up.
You can reduce infrastructure size after the full fleet is in use by selling off any unused items.
Also, IoT data provides insights that you can access from the convenience of your desk and use to reduce your fleet size and cut expenditures on unused containers.
Alternatively, the trackers provide you with the resources you need to respond quickly, maintain control, and grow your company.
Versatility And Full Visibility To Your Assets:
The Safety And Versatility:
In the logistics industry, our IoT tracking devices are typically immediately mounted to trucks, break bulk, freight, wind turbine parts, and containers.
Make sure shipments are moving and haven’t been exposed to shock, light, elevated temperatures, or humidity to increase business efficiency and complete more jobs.
Since high-value commodities are frequently put into containers and trailers, more protection is needed.
To reduce risks like abuse, damage, loss, and theft increase supply chain visibility by gaining location-based insights on the current location of assets and equipment.
Set up a geofence and get alerts whenever a trailer, a container, or an asset enters or exits the designated region. Trusted trackers might identify even the asset that supplied a specific trailer or container.
Full Visibility To Your Assets:
Numerous non-powered trailers, rail carts, and containers are used by the managers and owners in the logistics, rail, and construction industries. Additionally, in a big fleet, non-powered vehicles will get lost, mistreated, or even vanish.
These problems are resolved with a Trusted IoT tracker.
You can save time by looking for available rail carts, trailers, or containers because you have comprehensive daily visibility in addition to the assurance that everything is in its proper location.
Additionally, you may record the real working hours of your non-powered vehicles using our Utilization tool.
With this information, management can estimate when carts and trailers need to be serviced, preventing costly inspections and breakdowns.
Contact us today to learn more about these IoT data loggers specifically designed to meet the requirements of the logistics and transport industry.