Port Metro Vancouver to get 'Smart' with three-year trucking initiative

March 2013
Canadian Transportation & Logistics;Mar2013, Vol. 116 Issue 2, p9
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the initiatives of the Smart Fleet card system to be adopted by the logistic company Port Metro Vancouver including expanded use of global positioning system (GPS), a Container Vessel On-time Incentive Program and a Truck Licensing System (TLS).


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