100% trailer visibility boosts NTEX operational efficiency

NTEX, headquartered in Gothenburg, is a transport and logistics firm with a pan-European presence that operates offices in multiple European countries, including Norway, Finland, the UK, Germany, Poland, and the Baltic states.

An expansive organisation with a significant footprint across Europe, coordinating hundreds of trailers at any given moment

How does NTEX leverage Postrack’s technology to optimise operations and cut costs?

"We were in dire need of a system that could give us a real-time snapshot of where our trailers were. Inefficiency was costing us – both in time and money."
Thomas Ström

NTEX problem

Guesswork costs time and money

Managing a fleet of 1250 trailers that crisscross Europe is no small feat. 

Operational inefficiencies such as long idle times and complex communications must be addressed to support the company’s growth and profitability ambitions.

NTEX grappled with daily challenges costing time and money when they needed to find out where each trailer was and how it moved.

"Postrack met our rigorous criteria for functionality, interface, price, and simplicity. They provided exactly what we were looking for."
Thomas Ström

Postracks solution

Postrack's pTag solution gave NTEX the solution they needed

After evaluating multiple positioning services, NTEX opted for Postrack’s positioning service and GPS device pTag 1.

These were installed in their fleet of 1250 trailers. Postrack’s GPS solutions, pTags, are compact, long-lasting, and specifically designed for tracking assets like trailers and containers.

"With Postrack, we now have 100% visibility on our European trailers. The result? More trips, less downtime, and a significant cut in communication overhead."
Thomas Ström

NTEX results

100% visibility, resulting in more trips and less downtime

The introduction of Postrack’s system transformed NTEX’s operational efficiency. The real-time visibility resulted in more trips per trailer and reduced idle time. 

Additionally, the streamlined communication led to fewer calls to drivers, allowing for a more focused and effective work process.