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Vastly Extended Information Source Will Benefit Freight Haulage Drivers and Port Managers Alike

US – FRANCE – WORLDWIDE – Nowhere in the fields of technology in relation to day to day logistics has there been such an advance in the past decade or so as in the way those responsible for delivering and collecting consignments find their way around.

Anyone over that time in the road haulage business will remember filing drawers stuffed with dozens of local maps to enable drivers to plans their routes and find their destinations. Memory however is short, and the ubiquitous satellite navigation screens now glow in every cab.

The changes however revolutionary, only scratch the surface of what is possible however, on line maps warn of delays and offer alternative routes, and it is not just on the highway that such changes are occurring as the latest developments show.

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