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Video: How Real-time Trailer Tracking Can Change the Way You Do Business

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At the McLeod Software User Conference in Birmingham, Alabama, ORBCOMM announced its two-way communications integration with McLeod LoadMaster software. This new functionality allows customers to have command and control capabilities over their refrigerated trailers, including the ability to turn the reefer on/off, set temperatures and switch between continuous and start/stop modes. All in an effort to increase asset utilization, enhance customer service and proactively prevent spoilage cargo claims.

The below video is ORBCOMM’s breakout session from the conference. Titled “How Real-time Trailer Information and Two-Way Communications is Going to Change the Way You Do Business”, Chris Corlee, Pre-Sales Engineer and TMS Integration Specialist at ORBCOMM shows where customers can expect to find these new capabilities and how to leverage the technology in day-to-day business. You’ll also learn how real-time trailer tracking technology and two-way-communications provide fleet managers the global visibility needed to optimize utilization, reduce fuel costs, improve preventative maintenance, prevent trailer theft, and more.

Thank you to the McLeod Software team for providing this video and hosting an action-packed conference! We look forward to continuing to work together to meet our customers’ needs.

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Mark Kuiack

Mark Kuiack is Director of Digital Marketing for ORBCOMM. He is responsible for the strategic direction of ORBCOMM's web and social media presence, and has over 15 years of experience in marketing and writing about various technology applications.

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