Thermo King to expand TracKing telematics availability

Thermo King to expand TracKing telematics availability

TracKing telematics hardware and a two-year service subscription will be standard on Thermo King APU, trailer and large truck products.

Beginning in 2024, TracKing telematics hardware and a two-year service subscription will be standard on Thermo King APU, trailer and large truck products, the company said. TracKing telematics hardware is already standard in Thermo King’s newest domestic rail container unit, Thermo King noted.

“As the world contends with the impact of climate change, Thermo King continuously draws on our rich history of industry leadership to develop the next generation of technology,” said Karin de Bondt, president of Thermo King Americas. “By leveraging data and insights that respond and react to customer needs quickly, our solutions smooth the path to decarbonization without sacrificing performance.”

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