Ivory Coast Chamber of Commerce and Industry defends the interests of local companies and businesses. One of the organization’s challenges was to facilitate safe transportation of goods between Ivory Coast, Mali, Burkina Faso, and Niger and ensure compliance with the Inter-State Road Transit convention that implied several safety measures like 24-hour online monitoring, protection seals and beacons, etc. On the whole, the organization was facing the following issues:
TOUREX CORPORATE, Ivory Coast, developed a solution that automated paper flow ensured the safety of the transported goods, and compliance with state and international regulations.
The hardware installed on the trucks is sending data to Wialon, which in turn provides data flow to the custom-developed solution. Here are the details:
TOUREX CORPORATE is planning to implement video monitoring for certain types of goods.
The company is also going to arrange the monitoring of raw materials such as cocoa, coffee, cashew nuts on their way from the fields to the weighbridge, factories, and ports.
Now, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry in the Ivory Coast can effortlessly monitor trucks with goods and know that they are safe during transportation. The solution provides control over more than a thousand units, offers a smart system of notifications, connects with third-party systems such as the customs platform, and ensures the impressive list of state and international requirements is taken into account.
Thanks to e-locks and alert notifications, trucks are safer from cargo theft and hijacking.
EcoDriving helps monitor driver behavior. The client is notified in case of harsh driving and can take measures to secure the transported goods.
Processing of documents was automated. Now, the client doesn’t have to wait for 72 hours until a truck is registered in the system.
From speed limits to safety rules, from tracking visibility to route completion, all the steps of goods transportations can be controlled on a large scale.