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SKIPS, PRODUCTS AND SERVICES


GPS Container Tracking Stay smart, stay secure with Sellers Containers


SELLERS Containers, one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of bins, skips and containers – and a subsidiary of the Visionscape Group – presents its latest product off ering: the container tracking device.


This new innovative smart technology allows comprehensive traceability of your fl eet of containers giving you complete peace of mind in the knowledge users will always know exactly where their containers are located.


Each container is fi tted with a Long-Life Battery Powered Telematics Unit which transmits its location via GPS to the online software licensed to your company. The Telematics Unit is capable of being confi gured to report its location to the software via one or two pings per day and, dependent upon the confi guration, each battery can last between fi ve to seven years giving excellent value for your money.


The Long-Life Battery Powered Telematics Units are discreetly positioned in a hidden


location on the container. They have been strategically placed in a secure location where there is minimal risk of any damage and Sellers have specifi cally designed and implemented a vented housing to allow the unit to have suffi cient GPS coverage.


With this smart technology the online software can be accessed via PC or remotely. When utilising the software via mobile phone (remotely), the software itself has a range of features from a list


view which gives the written address of a container position, to a map and satellite view which shows the position of that container based off the last location ping.


SHWM February, 2019


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