Road Ready integrates with Thermo King

Road Ready integrates with Thermo King

Road Ready, provider of telematics and smart fleet solutions from Clarience Technologies, announced that Thermo King is joining its LogIQ smart partner network. The integration, which is expected to be widely available in mid 2023, enables Road Ready to provide cold chain solutions via Thermo King’s TracKing platform.

Road Ready’s agreement with Thermo King enables fleet visibility into key elements of proper cold chain cargo management. Due to the high-value of many cold-chain cargo loads, and refrigerated units themselves, Road Ready users can now track vehicle IDs and alarm codes for TracKing equipment located in the United States, Canada and Mexico.

Thermo King’s integration with Road Ready allows the ability for two-way control, which allows refrigerated transportation customers to go beyond monitoring-level information. They have the ability to adjust the temperature levels remotely via the Road Ready platform.

First launched in 2021, the LogIQ network brings together 11 partners to incorporate data from every part of trailers, from tires and brakes to cargo and weight management.

The LogIQ network includes the following companies:
• Air-Weigh
• ConMet Digital
• Continental
• Hendrickson
• Hyundai Translead
• Meritor
• Pressure Systems International (P.S.I.)
• Right Weigh, Inc.
• SAF-Holland
• Stemco

And now, Thermo King.

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