19 Mar Sea Swift selects Globe Tracker IoT solution for their Refrigerated Container Fleet
March 19, 2021 Cairns, Australia – Copenhagen, Denmark
Sea Swift, Northern Australia’s largest shipping company, has selected Globe Tracker, the fastest growing provider of global supply chain IoT visibility for cold-chain, as their provider of Internet of Things devices for their refrigerated container fleet.
The GT-Sense reefer solution allows Sea Swift full visibility and control of their reefer assets and their condition, along with advanced local area network capability allowing for in-cargo sensing, giving Sea Swift and their customers granular cargo and pallet level condition monitoring.
“We are extremely pleased to welcome Sea Swift to the Globe Tracker family. We look forward to further projects and integrations with such a forward-thinking partner,” notes Chris Laskaris, Vice President of Sales, Globe Tracker.
“Sea Swift is committed to providing the best-in-class service to its customers. Globe Tracker is completely aligned with our vision and have demonstrated their capabilities not only in the technology, but also in their care and attention to our very high service standards,” added Sea Swift Acting Chief Executive Officer Lino Bruno.
Globe Tracker’s devices have already been installed on some newbuilds in the past month, and the rest of the retrofit fleet will be installed in the coming weeks.
About Globe Tracker ApS
Globe Tracker is a privately held Danish company revolutionising global supply chain visibility. Globe Tracker specialises in supply chain tracking, monitoring and cutting-edge sensor technology providing true end-to-end supply chain visibility. Globe Tracker has offices in Denmark, Netherlands, Germany, USA, Singapore, Iceland, Faroe Islands ,and Canada.
For more information: www.globetracker.com
About Sea Swift Pty Ltd
Sea Swift has more than 35 years of experience providing essential services and project freight in Northern Australia, and makes a significant contribution to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across the region.
Sea Swift operates throughout the region’s remote coastal and island communities, with depots in Darwin, Gove, Groote Eylandt, Maningrida, and Galiwinku in the Northern Territory, and Cairns, Weipa, Seisia, Horn Island, Badu Island, and Thursday Island in Queensland.
The company’s new international shipping service sees the use of further terminals in Singapore (PSA), and in Dampier in Western Australia (Qube).
For more information, visit www.seaswift.com.au