If we’re being honest, the most difficult thing about truck technology isn’t spec’ing it—it’s actually using it. You’ve got data in spreadsheets, repair orders, emails—heck, even faxes in some cases. It’s hard to see how your engine repair costs,—say, replacing alternators—impact your engine’s operational efficiency and total cost of ownership. On top of that, if
Trimble provided its vision for the future of supply chain collaboration during the opening session of its annual in.sight user conference + expo. The fifth annual event was hosted online in 2020 and featured three days of educational sessions, speakers and networking with stakeholders from across the transportation industry. The theme for this year’s in.sight
The world is connected; your fleet needs to be as well. But with great data connectivity comes great data responsibility and, most importantly, trust. How data integration outside of your fleet plays out is a story with two sides: the fleet’s point of view and that of the shipper’s. With this digital interactive story, we’ve
Trimble and Kuebix have announced new capabilities for its Community Load Match platform, a solution that facilitates collaboration between shippers and carriers to optimize how freight moves throughout the supply chain. Kuebix is a Trimble company and part of its Transportation Sector. Community Load Match enables shippers to use advanced matching capabilities to more easily
This acquisition will enable Trimble to bring together its network of private fleet and commercial carrier customers with Kuebix’s community of shipping companies, Trimble says.