PT TKSolusindo has signed up for reefer monitoring from Traxens.
Indonesian NVOCC PT TKSolusindo has installed the Traxens solution on 210 new reefer containers (20ft and 40ft) built by CIMC in Taicang and Qingdao. PT TKSolusindo also plans to install the Traxens hardware on a further 150 containers in its existing fleet, Traxens confirmed to WorldCargo News.
PT TKSolusindo, a subsidiary of Integrated Cold Chain Solution Company of PT Kiat Ananda Group, operates in Indonesia’s domestic container trade, providing logistics for BCOs directly and major shipping lines. Established in 2014, it now claims to be the largest NVOCC in Indonesia, with clients including Unilever, Pizza Hut, Starbucks, Yakult Probiotic, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Greenfield Diary, and local brands such as Hypermart Retail, Hero Retail, Transmart Retail, and Charoen Pokphand Indonesia.
Through the Traxens system, the new reefer containers “now bring PT TKSolusindo, and its clients, full visibility of shipped cargo in the controlled-atmosphere containers throughout all logistical legs of the journey”, said Traxens.
“Traxens offers a comprehensive solution for the reefer industry, which comprises the company’s Reefer Fleet Management and Reefer Door-to-door Monitoring cloud-based applications via the Traxens-Hub, which collects data from Traxens-Box devices installed on containers,” the company added.
“Traxens’s novel technology is a great addition to the services we provide to our customers, who are keen on staying informed about their cargo’s whereabouts and conditions at all times,” said Glenn Manoppo from PT TKSolusindo. “The reasonable and competitive pricing offered by Traxens were important in our decision when selecting the right partner for the the digital transformation of our operations.”
“We are delighted that our reefer tracking technology was chosen by PT. TKSolusindo and we believe that our solution will support the company with the digital transformation of its shipping business,” said Jacques Delort, managing director of Traxens. “We look forward to further co-operations in Asia, a region where domestic and international shipping is crucial for economic success.”