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Intermodal Freight’s Vital Challenge to Cut Emission

It is expected that Australia’s freight task in 2020 will be double what it was in 2006 and by 2050 it will be triple its current size. Meeting future demand while increasing economic efficiency and safeguarding the environment of freight movements presents an unprecedented challenge. The freight sector is crucial to the functioning of our […]

2020 Future Supply Chain Summit

At Trackster Global, we believe that the most successful companies are those that are quick to adapt for a future that realises environmental sustainability as a vital factor in profitability. That is why we are hosting The Future of Supply Chain Summit in partnership with KPMG, in the heart of Singapore on the 19th of […]

How AI-enabled supply chains can save the world?

By gathering real-time data via the Internet of Things (IoT) and edge technologies — then applying sophisticated data science and analytics — companies can target sources of waste and inefficiency with a high degree of confidence. In order to optimise performance and implement sustainable practices they can leverage cloud computing with targeted technology solutions and […]

Supply Chain Disruptions by Climate Change

Supply chains are a vital part of everyone’s life as they allow us to access goods and services from across the globe at our doorstep, making our ever-growing consumption demands the very backbone of the economy. Yet, the challenges faced by supply chains are rarely talked about in the context of climate change. The impact […]

2020; Trackster Global and KPMG to co-host Future of Supply Chains Summit in Singapore

On the 19th of February, 2020, industry players gather in Singapore’s Marina Bay to focus on six key areas of supply chain operations that will face the most significant disruptions in the coming decades; Platforms, Workforce, Future-ready capabilities, Cognitive-decision centres, Micro supply chains, and Customer-centricity. The event will host a number of special guest speakers […]

Trackster Global has Launched Wine Temperature Management Initiative for Australia Post

A nation-wide implementation of Trackster’s wine temperature measuring strategy has been carried out for Australia post. The unique Trackster hardware allows for the monitoring of Australia Post’s highly delicate wine shipments travelling long distances and provides for pre-set alerts that signal if there are any deviation from the desired temperature for the particular wine being […]

Blockchain and IoT to Bring Millions in Revenue for Supply Chains

Some of the main problems of supply chains include market fragmentation and the absence of information and visibility throughout the network. Blockchains and IoT solutions combined can solve these challenges by enabling different parts of a supply chain to be linked. While IoT technology connect the physical and digital worlds via location tracking sensors and […]

Trackster Global founder and CEO, Andrew Mathers, was the guest speaker at the IPO Network’s annual Chairman’s Address.

Standing in front of a group of esteemed entrepreneurs, business leaders and innovators, Andrew Mathers shared many valuable insights, lessons and stories about his business journey and experience and views on the IPO journey ahead of publicly listing Trackster Global Limited on the Australian Securities Exchange. “In the start-up ecosystem, government grants and universities offer […]

The Most Valuable Resource of Supply Chains: Data

With Trackster Global solutions, IoT devices come with a blockchain technology that allows our clients to monitor the physical flow of their products. Meanwhile, harvesting the corresponding flow of information can become our clients’ most valuable resource. Because the measures necessary for better adaptation and improvement in this highly competitive sector are hidden in the […]

Deployment of Trackster Solutions by ACFS Port Logistic NSW has resulted in outstanding value benefits

Thomas Campbell, Transport Operations Manager NSW for ACFS said that Trackster Global solutions has increased visibility and utilisation of ACFS’s assets, which was particularly helpful in singling any need for reduction or increase in their fleet size. Some further potential long-term benefits have been reduced staff times required for asset location, deployment, planning and execution.