Software Product: Enhanced version of container tracking software released

The latest version of container tracking software, CAPS-TRAC 3.0, tracks assets and rented returnable containers for improved fleet visibility, reduced container loss and accountability in supply chain loss and damage.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
October 15, 2010 - MMH Editorial

The latest version of container tracking software, CAPS-TRAC 3.0, tracks assets and rented returnable containers for improved fleet visibility, reduced container loss and accountability in supply chain loss and damage. The new version includes more user-friendly features, Web-style interface, integration with other existing business and supply chain software systems, and enhanced reporting. The online solution is accessible from any Internet-connected computer, with data backed up in a secure offsite location to ensure stability. Container and Pooling Solutions, 888-873-2277, www.usecaps.com.



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