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4th Wireless & Mobile Technology for Trucking & Delivery Fleets
Miami, Florida, United States - 7th and 8th february 2006
Seminar / workshop

Topics and Case Studies include: Creating a winning business case, Hours Of Service Logs, Cross Docking, Real Time Data collection, management and use will ensure you receive the most relevant, effective and innovative information to meet your needs:

Find a clear ROI to justify investment
Find new opportunities to extend the benefit of wireless data into virtually every segment of  your business.
Fully utilise your systems to cut costs, increase your profits and improve overall efficiency.

An expert line up of speakers from the most active fleets using wireless & mobile technology will help you take the right action by sharing their experiences and knowledge: Ryder Systems, FedEx Freight, DHL Americas, CNF, Pitt Ohio Express, McKee Foods, Averitt Express, MartenTransport, Saia Motor and SCS, Ward Trucking and many others

7th and 8th february 2006


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