Fleet management solutions (FMS) developed by ZF Commercial Vehicle Solutions division will be supplied to Denmark-based transport and logistics company DSV. In particular, ZF will equip a wide range of DSV’s trailer fleet with its Transics-branded TX-TRAILERPULSE trailer telematics solution. This will
provide DSV with real-time fleet management capabilities and data-driven insights, helping improve vehicle uptime and fleet operational efficiency.

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ZF’s fleet management solutions: TX-TRAILERPULSE

TX-TRAILERPULSE is a trailer-focused IoT connectivity solution which helps reduce fleets’ TCO and enables fleet-wide deployment across all trailer types. Data generated by TX-TRAILERPULSE can be further integrated with other third-party software systems via Web Services. Under the agreement, DSV will be furnished with TX-TRAILERPULSE units complete with an integrated rechargeable battery for added flexibility.

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Comments from ZF and DSV

“As the latest major fleet endorsement of ZF’s advanced Transics-branded Fleet Management Solutions and digitization capabilities, we are delighted to be working in close partnership with DSV Global
Transport and Logistics,” said Natalia Noblet, Senior Vice President EMEA for ZF’s Commercial Vehicle Solutions division. “Helping take DSV’s cost efficiency and customer service optimization to the next level, our telematics solutions powerfully enable smarter, data-backed operational decisions while automating key activities.”

“Our customers are at the very heart of our business, and we are constantly looking at opportunities to further optimize our support to ensure we deliver the very best possible service,” added Flemming Steiness, Senior Director, DSV.

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