LogiMAT 2018

Events

Freight visibility and secure data sharing

At LogiMAT we will proudly be presenting ghShare – our new  data sharing portal to improve and simplify secure data sharing between carriers and shippers. ghShare is a module for our data sharing service ghTrack®

Are you a shipper? 

ghTrack® can help you by providing the data needed to get a real-time overview of all your shipments across all your carriers and their subcontractors. You will receive intelligent ETA information and sensor monitoring on your ongoing loads.  ghTrack® gives you the operational and exception management overview.

Are you a solution provider?

Would you like your solution for the transport and logistics industry to become ghTrack® powered? This means that you can build your solution on top of the secure and unified data stream from ghTrack® and expand your business.

Data is the new gold! – Yes, but…..

.. how do we collect, share and get value out of it without compromising data sovereignty? ghTrack® is the answer –  the neutral and GDPR compliant data sharing service with direct integration to any telematics system.

Meet us in hall 8, stand B41 to learn more about freight visibilty and secure data sharing. We are looking forward to get in dialogue with the logstics industry.

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Partnership with Elemica

September 13, 2018 in Press Release

ghTrack® joins Elemica’s Digital Supply Network that processes more than $500 billion in commerce annually to improve data visibility in partners’ supply chains.

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We are growing

August 17, 2018 in News

We are strengthening the team with more experience and expertise in both our R&D and Onboarding team.

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Partnership with Cargo Chief

July 17, 2018 in Press Release

ghTrack® will be integrated into Cargo Chief’s data streams alerting brokers and transport companies about empty trucks in specific areas that are ready to drive a load.  

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