Thermo King Introduces Pocket Wintracâ„¢ Software

August 2004
Fleet Equipment;Aug2004 Supplement, Vol. 30, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on Thermo King Corp.'s Pocket Wintrac software for Pocket PC devices running Windows Pocket PC operating systems. User-friendly and fast-operating; Features and applications of the software; Devices supported by the software.


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