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Pottle’s is using ORBCOMM’s advanced trailer monitoring solution, which features a high-sensitivity solar panel and built-in cargo sensor, along with its robust platform to manage its dry van trailers, gaining complete visibility and control over their entire fleet. ORBCOMM’s solution enables Pottle’s to access live and scheduled status updates whether their trailers are in transit or in the yard, so they always know where their trailers are located and if they are empty or loaded, improving turn times and yard management while saving their drivers time and fuel. ORBCOMM’s trailer telematics solution also provides Pottle’s with the unique ability to see precise data to schedule trailer maintenance, inspections and time elapsed for increased asset utilization and performance. The
In addition, Pottle’s will utilize ORBCOMM’s trailer telematics data with their McLeod Transportation Management Software (TMS) for a centralized view with actionable insight, enhancing productivity throughout their entire organization.
“We are pleased to be selected by an industry leader such as Pottle’s Transportation to launch their fleet-wide trailer monitoring program, which leverages ORBCOMM’s advanced functionality, value-added services and deep expertise in transportation,” said
“Trailer tracking is an essential tool for enhancing visibility, improving utilization and lowering costs, and
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