GPS: How It Influences Logistics?

by Michael Kotendzhi | Logistics

The logistics and supply chain industry has become a worldwide topic as all trades are open between continents and it becomes essential to people’s daily life.  GPS becomes a utility in some parts of the supply chain that is providing the update on the whereabouts of cargo and shipment.

GPS stands for Global Positioning System when satellites collaborate with the ground stations. They are radio-navigated and able to track instantaneously. The GPS provides positioning by measuring the distance between the locked subjects and the satellites. In Vancouver, British Columbia, it is most commonly used by courier and trucking companies.

The GPS is proven to provide – real-time tracking to the registered devices, whether it is a truck, car, cell phone, or even a common object. Logistics trucking installs on trucks and equipment that ensure to track the actual position for better managing and controlling.

18 Wheels Logistics strives to be innovative and accredit modern technology. Our talented team members always work with most the updated devices to provide the absolute best customer service. Our line of services includes logisticstruckingwarehousing, and copacking

Michael Kotendzhi is President of Operations & Transportation and a partner at 18 Wheels. Michael has over 15 years of experience and is equipped with a degree in Logistics from the University of British Columbia Sauder School of Business. As well as a background in logistics from XPO Logistics (formally Kelron Logistics), North America's largest contract warehousing provider.

Michael's experience includes supply chain management, reverse logistics, & domestic transportation. He has developed 18 Wheels' trucking solutions, effectively utilizing the sister company's vehicle fleet and building a transportation supply-chain network across North America.