Phillips Connect to demo ChassisNet™ at the Marketwaves18 Conference

Santa Fe Springs, CA (October 30, 2018) www.phillips-connect.com, a business of Phillips Industries, has been selected as one of the Freight.Tech 100 companies identified by FreightWaves for their innovative technologies offering significant solutions to the freight industry. Phillips Connect has been invited to attend and demonstrate their technologies at the MarketWaves18 conference being held November 12-13, in Grapevine, TX.

Phillips Connect will demonstrate ChassisNet™ as they strive to make the next cut to the Freight.Tech 25 list. ChassisNet is a comprehensive user portal experience customized for the intermodal segment of the transportation industry. ChassisNet is the combination of hardware and software elements that will drive asset tracking, location-based services, and real-time visibility into asset conditions that will allow the fleet manager to effectively control utilization and improve dispatch and safety factors, significantly reducing the total cost of ownership (TCO) of its transportation assets.

Phillips Connect currently has hundreds of ChassisNet pre-production units in the field being tested with some of the largest asset owners in domestic intermodal transportation. The official launch of ChassisNet is schedule during the 2019 Technology and Maintenance Council Annual Meeting, March 17-21, in Atlanta, GA.

Please visit us at www.phillips-connect.com to learn how Phillips Connect products can make a difference in your operation.

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