Scanfil and grandcentrix have agreed on manufacturing and further developing the Vodafone Asset Solar tracker. grandcentrix is part of Vodafone Group.
The Vodafone Asset Solar is a solar-powered asset tracker. It enables simple and cost-effective tracking and monitoring of goods and assets for process optimization in logistics, production, and supply chain. Asset Solar can also help companies to mitigate and report CO2 emissions. Active management and optimization of material flows can help in reducing CO2 emissions and transportation times. Also knowing the routes and means of transportation companies can report efficiently and nearly live data about their CO2 emissions related to scope 3 emissions.
“The Asset Solar was originally designed for the tracking of shipping containers, due to its durability this standalone device can also be used for many other tracking purposes as well, and in a wide variety of weather and working conditions”, explains Sebastian Boll, Product Manager Asset Solar at grandcentrix and continues “Due to an affordable purchase price, the tracker is suitable for the tracking of simple equipment like trailers, generators, tooling, carriers, or ground support equipment”.
Scanfil manufactures the Vodafone Asset Solar trackers in its Suzhou factory. “We are excited to cooperate with grandcentrix in manufacturing the Asset Solar tracker. Our cooperation works seamlessly, and we are proud to be part of digitalizing asset tracking”, states Scanfil’s Global Sales Manager Andreas Bohner.