MARSEILLE, France–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Traxens, a company providing high-value data and services for the supply
chain industry, announces that it has been shortlisted for the 2019
RailTech Innovation Award in the category ‘RailFreight’.
Traxens is also among the 15 nominated companies for the additional
RailTech Innovation Public Awards, where companies will be voted for by
the general audience. https://events.railtech.com/europe2019/awards/
Traxens received the nomination for its Digital Freight Train project,
where the company co-operated with SNCF Logistics on real-time tracking
of 5,000 rail wagons carrying traditional freight containers equipped
with Traxens’ smart container technology on their way from France to
Traxens’ Internet-of-Big-Things solution is based on a patented,
breakthrough technology that enables access to the most comprehensive,
precise and timely data for managing assets in transit, anywhere in the
world. This technology brings improved efficiency, improved security,
greater transparency, enhanced asset utilization, while opening up new
opportunities for all actors involved in the Global Supply Chain.
“We are delighted that we have been selected as a nominee for this
prestigious award,” said Florence Delalande, Director of the Rail
business unit at Traxens. “This recognition shows us that the company is
developing in the right direction and digital transformation will be
crucial for the future of the rail industry.”
The winners will be announced on 26th March at the RailTech
Awards Dinner in Utrecht, Netherlands.
Traxens generates, collects, consolidates, enriches and transforms
logistics asset data into actionable insight. The company’s breakthrough
Internet-of-big-Things technology provides comprehensive, real-time
information for managing logistics assets anywhere in the world.
Traxens’ solutions digitally transform multi-modal supply chains,
enabling customers to reduce costs, optimize investments, comply with
environmental regulations and deliver premium services to their
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