TNT speeds up with mobile technology

The rollout of wearable mobile computers and scanners is paying dividends on the global mail company's previous investment in tracking technology.

TNT, the parcel courier and mail company has made significant improvements to its delivery services with the rollout of mobile computers.

TNT Express UK, which is the carrier's largest division and its main business-to-business arm, has reduced vehicle loading time by 30 per cent and achieved on-time delivery rates of 98 per cent since rolling wearable computers and scanners out to its delivery drivers a year ago.

David Higgins of TNT said 'track and trace' is incredibly important to TNT's customer relationships. "It is imperative that we stay at the forefront of service technology to keep our competitive advantage," he said.


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