ParceLive is a real-time parcel tracking service that connects users to live information about the location, condition and security of their assets regardless of their country, carrier or scale. At Hanhaa, regular ParceLive tests are carried out so that customers do not come across any technical issues when tracking shipments. One of Hanhaa’s top priorities when it comes to testing is to ensure that ParceLive’s GPS coverage is consistent and effective, regardless of location. One way of doing this is to provide a Hanhaa associate with the ParceLive tracker as they travel to a particular destination.
Rotterdam, The Netherlands – March 30th, 2019 – Parcel International announced that it will begin to offer ParceLive, a real-time parcel tracking device, on a global basis to its customers. By simply including a small ParceLive tracker, which is comprised of seven embedded sensors and cellular data connectivity, into any parcel, users are connected and able to receive complete insight into any shipment’s journey, regardless of where in the world the shipment is heading.
Stephen hartnettParcel International: New channel partner
Hanhaa Introduces Two New Features To The ParceLive Service
With the influx of new technologies, availability of connectivity and price of components the amount of data accessible to businesses of all kinds has increased dramatically in recent times. From the beginning, Hanhaa’s goal for ParceLive has been to provide a data set that is meaningful, smart, and contributes to the provision of information that leads to actionable insights on a global scale.
In 2018 ParceLive has been bringing insight to the supply chains of some of the world’s leading logistics operators including Hellmann Worldwide Logistics, DB Schenker and Avnet. With the first round of ParceLive mass production completed 12 months ago these trackers have been put to work this year- covering the globe communicating real time data to users.
Stephen hartnettParceLive in 2018 – Tracking all over the world
It’s a common sight – a “this way up” label attached to the side of a shipment. A visual, but often disregarded, guideline on how that consignment should be handled. But once that box enters into the global logistics network do we really know if these guidelines are being followed?
Stephen hartnettHanhaa rolls out new feature for ParceLive