IoT Smart Transportation

| December 4, 2018

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Fleet Management getting ad opted to make real-time intelligent business decisions with Improvement In operational efficiency, maintenance costs etc. With the emergence of Internet of Things In Warehouse Management has provided the visibility Into the supply chain network and enables the real- time tracking of the Inventory.

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Interport Global Logistics

Since its inception in 1991, Interport Global Logistics aimed high and today, it stands as an international logistics company that has grown leaps and bounds to be amongst the top companies in India. Mr. Sham Bendre, the Chairman and Global CEO of IGL (Interport Global Logistics established the company, and he holds his position over the transport and logistics company even today.

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Since its inception in 1991, Interport Global Logistics aimed high and today, it stands as an international logistics company that has grown leaps and bounds to be amongst the top companies in India. Mr. Sham Bendre, the Chairman and Global CEO of IGL (Interport Global Logistics established the company, and he holds his position over the transport and logistics company even today.

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