Navman Wireless provides tracking technology to Swedish Rail Systems

Keele, UK: Navman Wireless has signed a contract to provide vehicle tracking technology to Swedish Rail Systems (SRS). SRS converts standard HGVs into hybrid vehicles that operate as lorries on the road and trains on the track and are able to transport men, materials and equipment, together with inbuilt machinery for the job.

The Navman Wireless system will be initially installed in 62 vehicles. “Theft is a real threat, yet commercial fleets are at continual risk of losing money; whether to increasing fuel prices, wasted resources or misdirected manpower,” says Steve Blackburn, European vice president, Navman Wireless.

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