Powerfleet for Logistics
Get full visibility of your containers from the moment they’re moved
from the yard to the instant they reach their final destination.
Our LV Series has been tested to last in the harshest weather, roughest terrain, and power-starved environments.
It will keep you connected to your cargo from sea to shining sea.
Our Analytics platform can provide a multiple-year view of asset utilization trends across your fleet to let you know the current and historical efficiency of your operation, with multiple analytical reports to isolate primary contributors to underperformance.
We remove the manual yard check process and the reporting delays to give your operations a real-time look at what assets you have in each yard by location, their status (loaded / unloaded), as well as which yards and terminals are operating most efficiently.
Our software provides multiple customizable fleet categorizations to enhance your understanding of how certain sub-fleets of assets are being used by individual facilities, separated into facilities of a certain type or facilities owned by the same operator.
Sized to fit in the groove of a container, installing in under 10 minutes, with a ruggedized exterior and leveraging solar power with redundant super capacitors for a 10 year life, our LV-500 is built to last as long as you need container visibility.
90% of modern day intermodal containers are dry freight or general purpose containers, and refrigerated containers make up only 6% of the world’s shipping boxes. An intermodal train is, on average, 2x more fuel efficient than a truck, and emits 66% less greenhouse gas emissions for every ton mile than a typical truck shipment. While most over the road truck trailers are typically 48 or 53ft, intermodal containers come in 20, 40, 45, 48, or 53ft lengths.
Dry freight or general purpose
Less greenhouse gases
Our analytics tool generates comprehensive historical dashboards from VIP data to provide executives and fleet managers an ongoing view of their fleet’s performance. Every stop, load/ unload, and trip in between is measured by the system and associated to the landmark location where it originated, illustrating which sites are making the greatest positive contributions to fleet usage, and which are most in need of improvement.