trailer tracking

Trailer Tracking that Pays for Itself

GPS trailer tracking from the industry leader in smart telematics solutions

Knowing how, when and where your dry and refrigerated trailers, containers and railcars are being used is key to managing your fleet efficiently. The right GPS trailer tracking system pays for itself while giving you a leg up on your competition by allowing you to:

  • Optimize utilization and turn times
  • Automate yard checks and workflows
  • Improve driver safety and retention
  • Enable preventative maintenance
  • Reduce labor costs, theft and misuse
  • …and much more.

tracking device for trailers with cargo sensor

ORBCOMM’s CargoWatch® trailer tracking software provides virtually unlimited reports on position, sensors, motion, status and more. Here are 3 of our customers’ favorites:

Asset History
Get a complete view of where trailers have been and their status— GPS location, speed and heading, start/stop reports, geofences, and status of battery, fuel levels and refrigeration unit.

Inventory Report
Perform a virtual yard check to see the number of assets in a given location like a yard, city, state and region—without being on site.

Dwell Grid
See which assets have entered and departed geofenced locations as well as fuel levels/consumption, engine hours and time spent at location.

Access data in real time Access historical data for improved business planning Monitor dwell times to improve asset utilization Track the location of assets in real time with map view

 

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trailer tracking appJoin the legions of companies of all sizes that are already realizing the ROI of GPS trailer telematics. 

Contact us today for a free assessment, where we’ll help you identify cost savings and choose an affordable package based on your unique needs. 


“ORBCOMM’s solution will enable us to improve our tractor-to-trailer ratio, streamline operations and better manage our fleet through increased visibility and real-time trailer data where and when we need it.”
—Dan Summitt, President, Swing Transport Inc.