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Tramigo Secures Cement Deliveries in Suriname

March 25, 2011

Tramigo has recently provided added security to cement deliveries to an extremely delighted client that produces high quality cement, Vensur, in Suriname.

Tracking of Vensur's entire fleet vehicles was made easier via Tramigo's free M1 Fleet software that is downloadable from its website in several languages. The software is easily operated using a PC or a mobile phone including Blackberry smartphones and Android tablets which enables fleet owners to track all vehicles using one device.

Information of Vensur's vehicles that are installed with Tramigo T22 tracking devices are displayed in the form of easy-to-understand text.

According to Regional Sales Manager, Jarkko Salo, the user-friendly Tramigo Landmark Data (TLD) in the system enables Vensur to receive reports containing information of easily recognized landmarks in Suriname and its surrounding countries thus making tracking easier and quicker than only with traditional visual mapping solutions like Google Maps.

"T22 tracking devices do not require any additional server which guarantees user privacy to the company. In addition to that, it is obtainable at a one-off payment without any monthly or annual fees.

"We are happy to be able to provide such security and peace of mind to Vensur in Suriname. We strongly believe that Tramigo will be able to provide more fleet owners around the region with the delight of a more efficient fleet management," said Salo.

He added that Tramigo is eager to further expand itself in the South American region via partnership opportunities to make Tramigo's tracking devices available to local markets.

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Tramigo is a manufacturer of Tramigo T22, the best-selling Vehicle Tracking Device in the world, with its headquarters in Finland and subsidiaries in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Europe. Tramigo products are easy to use, cost efficient, secured, has 100% privacy guaranteed and are globally available.

Case study of Vensur: link.