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ORBCOMM’s CT 3000 provides remote monitoring and control of refrigerated containers travelling by land, rail or sea for uninterrupted visibility of operations, improved efficiency and reduced costs. The CT 3000 connects directly to the reefer to enable real-time alerts and two-way control, allowing operators to quickly react to discrepancies and remotely adjust temperature and humidity levels to ensure temperature compliance and minimize spoilage, thereby reducing costly insurance claims. By leveraging comprehensive data logs to efficiently allocate assets, operators can also eliminate unnecessary moves, improve turn times and streamline delivery and routes.
“We’re honored to be recognized by the ABA with a Gold Stevie award for our leadership and technology innovation represented by our new container telematics solution, which helps intermodal operators increase asset utilization, lower operating costs and ensure container temperature compliance,” said
For more details about The American Business Awards and the list of 2019 Stevie winners, please visit www.StevieAwards.com/ABA.
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