Abf, one of the world’s biggest freight tracking companies, has introduced a new technology to help businesses track their freight.
The company says the new technology, which it calls the Abfspeed Tracker, helps businesses “keep track of their goods” without having to spend more money on a warehouse or truck.
“With the AbFSpeed Tracker technology, your customers are tracking their freight at the most efficient and economical cost, freeing up precious warehouse space, which is vital to their bottom line,” said Abf chief operating officer David Stacey.
“With a little planning and some clever thinking, your business can also reduce costs and improve the overall performance of its operations.”
The Abfspace Tracker can be accessed by logging into Abf’s online store.
It can also be accessed via a mobile phone app.
It allows companies to track a shipment of goods from point A to point B in minutes, with no more than 30 days’ notice.
The tracking is done via a computer, so customers can track their shipment across multiple locations, including at home.
Abf says the company can track goods in a matter of minutes.
The AbFSpace Tracker is a free trial, and the company will be rolling out the product to other major freight companies in coming months.
The company has said it will have more to say about the technology when it launches.