Transport Exchange Group now offers compatibility with 10 telematics software providers, something it claims will provide visibility and control for both in-house and sub-contractor fleets. Data from vehicle tracking tools can now be combined through its freight exchanges to create, according to Transport Exchange, the first system-neutral telematics integration platform for the logistics sector. Hauliers will be able to take advantage of private, public or hybrid exchanges, with the ability to see the location and status of vehicles, regardless of […]
Over 400 delegates gathered at Nottingham University for the 2013 Microlise Transport Conference to hear a diverse mix of speakers – introduced by FairFuelUk spokesman Quentin Willson – discuss topics ranging from compliance and enforcement to using technology to improve operational efficiency.
Warwickshire-based MAK Couriers was named company of the year at Transport Exchange Group’s thirteenth annual Transport Awards.
B&Q is working with Microlise to improve its home delivery service by using telematics to anticipate and combat problems.