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Thursday, 17 May 2018 ( #872 )
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The world of materials handling has changed significantly since Forkliftaction’s last feature report on asset management in 2013. The rise of 3PL, the cloud and the internet of things to name just a few, have changed the landscape of data collection and information management, yet it is believed that less than 20% of the 1 million forklifts in the US use telematics.

Forkliftaction News will again delve into the global telematics market and issues such as industry uptake, technological advances, customer needs, market trends and more.

Contributors, don't miss the opportunity to get involved. Contact us by 24th May

Take a deeper look into the rapidly evolving world of Fleet and Asset Management with Forkliftaction News.
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