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Freightnet Launches New Tracking System

Freightnet – the leading online global directory and freight resource has reinforced its presence in the market by launching FreightTrak.

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FreightTrak is a new web based tracking product providing clients the opportunity of tracking their vehicles in over 18 different countries.

It is real time tracking 24/7 and the system produces a variety of reports both real time and historical.

“This compact device is simple to install discreetly inside a truck. It allows the vehicle operator to keep control of vehicle, driver and costs on their own PC screen. It is something we have been eager to launch for some while and is part of our ongoing commitment to bring the most state of the art and cost effective product and service solutions on the market today” says Freightnet’s Paul Smith.

Using the latest GPS location technologies, FreightTrak can give pin-point accuracy of vehicles location right down to street level.

Paul adds “we use the latest mapping technology and we are rolling out mapping for new countries every week. So far we have developed maps for 18 countries but there will be over one hundred by the end of this year.”

By visiting a free demo may be requested. Software is available in English, French, Flemish, Dutch, German and Spanish.

Paul concludes, “as has been online since 1995 its obvious development is to launch new products of which FreightTrack is one of several being introduced in 2006. We are currently negotiating with major product and software suppliers to develop new and exciting products for the freight industry.”


Editor's note: is published online by The Adora Group Limited since 1995 providing a global directory, freight resources, products, news and tools for the freight, transport, shipping and logistics industries.


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