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Cargo theft ticked up in 2020 during the pandemic and continues to plague fleets. Even the mere threat of a trailer gone missing can cause a cold sweat. So what if you could track it? In the same way you can pinpoint a missing cell phone, you can track a trailer. But it’s not just showing the location. Setting up alerts to let you know that a trailer has left an area when it shouldn’t have is just one example of the type of trailer tracking that’s available today.
To get a better idea of what to look for when checking out trailer tracking solutions and understand what’s possible in terms of tailoring solutions that fit any fleet application, I connected with Ray Kosick, product manager, GPS Insight. Watch the conversation above for ways to protect your assets.
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It’s a topic that is continue to gain visibility because of continued theft. Here’s another conversation that can give you ideas on how to protect yourself via the insurance side of the fleet business.
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