PeopleNet, TMW and 10-4 Systems rebrand under Trimble name

PeopleNet, TMW and 10-4 Systems rebrand under Trimble name


Trimble has announced that its PeopleNet, TMW and 10-4 Systems businesses are transitioning to the Trimble name.

Trimble says that by unifying PeopleNet, TMW and 10-4 under a singular brand, the company will further articulate its approach in providing a comprehensive fleet mobility, management and logistics platform, enabling customers to connect all aspects of their business—trucks, drivers, freight and assets—to make more informed decisions and reach new levels of productivity, efficiency and safety.

“We are unified by a common mission—to connect every facet of transportation—which is now further reflected through PeopleNet, TMW and 10-4’s transition to Trimble,” said Steve Berglund, president and chief executive officer of Trimble. “We’re not leaving behind the names of individual companies but rather honoring them as the foundation for our continued emphasis on supporting our customers and moving the industry forward.”

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