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CIMC IT secures tracking contract with Danes

Danish IT provider Globe Tracker is to provide tracking and monitoring services for reefer shippers under a new deal the company reached with Chinese container manufacturer CIMC Intelligent Technology (CIMC IT).

Under the terms of the deal Globe Tracker will provide IoT (internet of things) devices and sensors; Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform management that hosts multiple asset types; data docking (real-time GPS, remote control and all necessary reefer data); customisation, data analytics, API integrations and other IT services. In addition the company will offer local service and support for CIMC IT customers.

“As our industry undergoes the digital transformation from traditional reefer management to digital IoT management, our partnership with Globe Tracker will provide and promote the industry’s best reefer container tracking and monitoring solutions to global customers including ocean liners, 3PLs, beneficial cargo owners (BCOs), and rail operators,” notes Hillman Duan, Vice President of International Marketing Department at CIMC IT.

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