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Al-Jaber Group’s construction equipment tracking specialists link up with US firm

Al-Jaber Group’s Trakker Middle East (TME) and US company Global Track are launching a range of container tracking devices for cargo shipments. The UAE-based TME is a specialist in monitoring vehicles, busses, trucks and construction equipment and claims to have the largest market share in the Middle East. Together with Global Track, it will now […]

Naim said TME has the biggest share in the machinery and equipment in the Middle East

Naim said TME has the biggest share in the machinery and equipment in the Middle East

Al-Jaber Group’s Trakker Middle East (TME) and US company Global Track are launching a range of container tracking devices for cargo shipments.

The UAE-based TME is a specialist in monitoring vehicles, busses, trucks and construction equipment and claims to have the largest market share in the Middle East. Together with Global Track, it will now launch global tracking systems for containers.

“TME is a pioneer in tracking systems in the middle east, using satellite technology GPS & GPRS , we have long experience in monitoring vehicles, busses, trucks and construction equipments , where we built good reputation which allowed us to capture the biggest share of market in our region,” said TME’s general manager Naim Abdel Hadi.

“This agreement comes according to our policy on the way of privilege to select our partners carefully to provide excellent service to our clients within UAE, and Global Track comes in first place in the field container tracking system. Where its products are made of high quality components, and accredited by the Pentagon.”

Naim added that after September 11th, the world has become more increasingly aware of the importance security technology “to secure and protect people as well as assets and investments.”

With the acceleration of international trade, there is a need for tracking system which help in monitoring containers and cargo shipments by using modern techniques, especially via satellite, he said.

Such systems help to minimise the theft, illegal trade and losses, he said, “where these sophisticated devices can also monitor the weather’s condition and control temperature and humidity inside the container, which helps to goods to reach destination in good condition.”

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