GPS for Big Box Retailers

Big box or bulk retailers are known to provide a large variety of products in mass quantities. People usually shop in these stores to get things on their list in one stop, without having to go through the hassle of visiting multiple stores. However, to keep up with the demand and to keep shelves well-stocked, today’s merchants rely on real-time GPS for big box retailers for the safe delivery of their fleets.

What Do GPS for Big Box Retailers Do?

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Vehicle Tracking

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GPS for big box retailers can provide real-time information about the location, direction of travel, and the speed of the fleet. For retailers, this means they know exactly where their shipments are, where it’s headed, and how long the travel will take.

GPS tracking will provide clients with customized tracking solutions designed to meet their needs—from cellular, passive, and satellite tracking, depending on the user’s specific needs and locations. The standard GPS for big box retailers system can track speed and location of the vehicles and even monitor driver behavior, which results in an accurate picture of how well your fleet is serving stores, how responsible drivers are in caring for the fleet, and even how safe the products are.

What Are the Benefits of GPS Truck Tracking?

When you have “big box” stores, you have dozens of trucks going back and forth from the store every day. These trucks carry products from different distribution centers, to stores, and back again. Truck GPS tracking using GPS for big box retailers allows for a better organization of fleets, reducing wasted miles and improving the timeliness of deliveries. This helps ensure that you are not running two trucks in the same location, especially when it takes only one truck to deliver the necessary goods.

Tracking Devices

GPS tracking ensures fleet safety. With real-time data, the overall risk is reduced. More than that, the fact that driver habits can be monitored will put a stop to harmful employee driving behaviors and inefficient driving practices, like excessive idling or unauthorized side trips that increase fuel consumption.

Some GPS devices have an easy-to-use truck tracking software that can provide trucks with activity reporting, and they are coordinated with Google Maps for an advanced reporting that includes location information. Reports also include both current and historical data to help improve fleet operations analyses, including electronic logs to maintain compliance with the FMCSA electronic logging mandate.

Trackimo’s Easy-to-Use GPS Device

Trackimo Tracker

Organizing a fleet is simple yet effective with GPS tracking. Trackimo, for example, is easy to use, and all devices are fully tested and activated. Simply install the device on the truck, and log in to your Web-based, personalized interface, and you are ready to start tracking your fleet.

 

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Amanda Thomas