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Mobile Technology Could Save Transport & Logistics Companies an Average of $460,000 Annually

A recent survey conducted by Intermec revealed that transport and logistics companies could save approximately $459,000 per annum as a result of process re-engineering and the implementation of mobile technology across workflows, but a significant proportion of companies may be missing out on these potential savings.

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