PeopleNet branches out

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MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — Three new long-haul customer relationships were recently announced by PeopleNet Communications Corporation.

New customers include Day & Ross, IBP and Transplace.

“As we continue to refine our suite of products and services for the trucking industry, we are offering solutions that more directly deliver a competitive advantage to our customers,” says John Sarto, chairman and chief executive officer of PeopleNet.

PeopleNet’s g2x wireless fleet solution is a customer-focused innovation that integrates GPS-based location tracking, two-way voice and data communications, and Internet-based fleet business tools to provide consistent, reliable communication between business owners, dispatchers, drivers and customers.

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