When equipment or goods are of great importance to a customer it often requires special care to monitor its movement through the truck delivery process from the depot to the final delivery point.
This is where GPS truck trackers have become essential to transport companies who need to manage the shipping of these valuable goods.
GPS truck trackers allow you to monitor the location of each truck involved in the shipment and delivery and have real-time updates on locations and estimated arrival times.
Avoid and reduce loss with GPS truck trackers
A main benefit that truck owners will see with GPS truck trackers is the capability to reduce loss due to theft.
If the truck is taken off route or outside of a specified location you will be notified immediately and can take action to stop the theft.
You will have two options to disable and recover your trucks; first by using an ignition kill feature on the truck and second by providing the location to authorities to assist in recovering the truck and its valuable cargo.
Tracking your fleet of trucks while they are coordinating deliveries is key to ensuring these valuable deliveries arrive on time and safely to their intended destinations.
Coordinate deliveries with GPS truck trackers
Imagine you are contracted to move an assembly line and each piece of equipment is essential to the function of the final process. This job requires moving both expensive assembly machines and all the supporting equipment.
Not only is each piece of equipment essential to assemble the final product but many times it must be assembled and installed in a specific order for the line to work correctly. It does no good for all products but one to arrive at the final destination if the very first piece of equipment to be installed does not arrive with the group.
GPS truck trackers will allow you to facilitate the delivery of the equipment and ensure that the correct equipment arrives in the correct order so that your customer will not have any delays in their installation.