It’s a matter of priority for Seven Telematics

Operating a 14 strong commercial vehicle fleet covering a mix of applications from -30°C to +30°C has led Exeter-based company Priority Transport to exclusively specify Seven Telematics for all its temperature monitoring and vehicle tracking operations.

Priority Transport’s various chilled/frozen vehicles were initially specified with Seven Telematics TranScan 2 data logging equipment and these vehicles have now been fitted with additional Seven Telematics Cool Track systems for full 24/7 remote monitoring. All the dry freight vehicles in the fleet have also been fitted with Seven Telematics Asset Track remote monitoring systems.
Steve Brown explains the switch over to solely using Seven Telematics for tracking and temperature recording.

Although we were using Seven’s TranScan 2 for our temperature controlled vehicles, we were actually using another provider for our tracking systems. However looking at their Cool Track and Asset Track products we soon realised that these provided more in-depth reporting, with a superb web interface and a really practical App for mobile viewing.

We soon committed to switching over to Seven and we immediately benefited from their superb technical support during the fleet installation programme. Four months on, we have been really impressed by the regular communications from them as well as the excellent service that we have received. Steve Brown, Director at Priority Transport

Established in 1995, Priority Transport specialises in express dedicated transport of all types of urgent delivery, operating from its modern headquarters at Exeter Airport in Devon in the South West of England. The company handles a mix of general distribution, transport, logistics, haulage & storage and time critical same day courier shipments on a daily basis, organising collection and urgent transport delivery requests throughout the whole of the UK & Europe.

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