BYD Trucks Europe is one of the most awaited companies taking part to the incoming IAA Transportation in Hannover. The Chinese brand has recently made quite an important announcement regarding the partnership signed with global specialist Geotab. As stated by the partners, such collaboration provides the Chinese company with a robust fleet management solution across Europe, with Geotab delivering an end-to-end connectivity solution that helps ensure data privacy and security within the region.

Geotab telematics hardware on BYD electric trucks

To sum up, BYD’s e-trucks imported to Europe will be equipped with Geotab’s advanced telematics hardware that captures comprehensive vehicle data. This data, with customer agreement, will be utilised by BYD Trucks Europe to enhance vehicle quality, maintenance, and service management – aiming to minimise both planned and unplanned downtime. Furthermore, the manufacturer will offer Geotab’s fleet telematics services to its customers.

“Our role as a supplier to BYD Trucks Europe emphasises the trust placed in Geotab’s technology, which enables our customer to optimise their own operations and provide exceptional services to their customers. This relationship with BYD underscores our commitment to deliver top-tier fleet management solutions while ensuring data security and privacy. We are thrilled this opportunity will support the transformation to fleet electrification across Europe”, commented Christoph Ludewig, VP Leasing/Rental/Mobility & OEM of Geotab Europe.


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