Schmitz Cargobull at Transport Logistic 2019

Date: 04 June 2019
Schmitz Cargobull at Transport Logistic 2019
Schmitz Cargobull at Transport Logistic 2019
Schmitz Cargobull at Transport Logistic 2019
Schmitz Cargobull at Transport Logistic 2019
Schmitz Cargobull at Transport Logistic 2019
At the transport logistic 2019 trade fair taking place in Munich between 4 and 7 June, Schmitz Cargobull will be showcasing new and advanced transport solutions to increase efficiency and transparency in vehicle fleets at Stand 301/402 in Hall A6. As well as premièring its new S.CS UNIVERSAL: X-LIGHT curtainsider semi-trailer, it will also present a range of digital assistants, such as the new beUpToDate app, proactive control of the trailer door lock using geofencing, 
and the new key pad.

S.CS UNIVERSAL X-LIGHT curtainsider semi-trailer

Already a success on the market, the light curtainsider semi-trailer’s unladen weight has once again been reduced by optimising the weight of the chassis and body. With an unladen weight from 4,975 kg, the X-LIGHT curtainsider offers a higher payload without compromising on quality or strength when compared to its predecessor. As a result, it has a positive impact on both your bank account and carbon footprint.
 

S.KO COOL SMART refrigerated body with electric S.CUe cooling unit

The S.KO COOL SMART refrigerated box body has set new standards in the commercial vehicles industry: Equipped with the Schmitz Cargobull TrailerConnect telematics system as standard, its digital temperature recorder and countless innovative functions help to improve both transparency and efficiency in trailer fleets. Schmitz Cargobull has developed an electric cooling unit, the S.Cue, to ensure efficient and environmentally friendly transportation of cooled goods. This operates completely emission-free and is specially designed for use in distribution transport.The S.CUe is suitable for transporting both refrigerated and warm goods.

News from the world of Schmitz Cargobull trailer telematics

The experts from Schmitz Cargobull Telematics will also be presenting new developments related to improving cold chain management. With the TL3 key pad on the front of the refrigerated box body, Schmitz Cargobull now provides a third option for opening and locking the rear door. Another function included in Schmitz Cargobull’s door locking system is the geofencing-based control function. To make sure business owners using lots of different telematics systems in their fleet only have to use one portal, Schmitz Cargobull has addedgeneric data import interface for other telematic provider. These interface enable telematics data from diverse trailer telematics systems to be transferred to and displayed in the TrailerConnect portal 2.0.

New Schmitz Cargobull apps

Schmitz Cargobull makes monitoring loads and trailers even more efficient and transparent with two new apps. Schmitz Cargobull has advanced the TrailerConnect beSmart app specifically for drivers. By displaying all key measurement values in the beSmart app, the driver is able to manage up-to-date trailer data at any time. Direct control from the cab also helps to improve occupational safety.

The new TrailerConnect beUpToDate app is geared towards the needs of fleet managers and scheduling experts. It keeps all of the telematics portal users informed via smartphone about the current locations of their trailer fleet, downtime and movement data.

Award-winning!: The EcoDuo vehicle concept

Schmitz Cargobull’s EcoDuo concept was designed to be both ecological and economically efficient. In the EcoDuo combination, two standard trailers – connected via a dolly – are coupled to a tractor unit. As well as reducing the fuel consumption and, as a result, the CO2 emissions per transported tonne, this combination also helps to reduce traffic and therefore relieve strain on roads and bridges. HGV drivers can also transport two trailers with one tractor unit. This vehicle combination is also a means to mitigating driver shortages.

Big Data – 15,555th trailer delivered to PEMA. PEMA and Schmitz Cargobull confirm long-term partnership

Schmitz Cargobull and PEMA GmbH, one of Europe’s largest vehicle leasing companies, enjoy a successful collaboration that has spanned decades. At the transport logistic trade show in Munich, Boris Billich, Sales Director at Schmitz Cargobull and Jörg Irsfeld, Head of International Key Account at Schmitz Cargobull, formally presented the 15,555th semi-trailer to Peter Ström, Managing Director at PEMA.

“Along with business success, our personal contacts have also grown and deepened over the years,” says Ström, emphasising the partnership, “This foundation of trust has proven invaluable for both parties.

”“15,555 trailers for PEMA symbolises an exceptionally positive partnership and also reflects the convincing quality of our products and services. We are proud of the success that we have achieved together over the years and view the future with healthy optimism,” states Billich.

PEMA regularly acquires trailers that span Schmitz Cargobull’s entire product spectrum, ranging from state-of-the-art refrigerated semi-trailers to universal curtainsiders and tipper trailers for agricultural harvesting. PEMA relies on the experience and quality of Schmitz Cargobull. In addition to its modern product portfolio, the company also offers a comprehensive service network with 1,700 workshops throughout Europe together with optimum spare parts supply.

“In times of high cost pressure, fleet owners need to have the total cost of ownership (TCO) under control. This transparency benefits both the customer as well as the lessor,” emphasises Irsfeld.
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