FreightWatch upgrades Mexico City Command & Control Center

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Updated Aug 27, 2010

FreightWatch International, a global logistics security solutions provider, announced that it has upgraded its Mexico City Command & Control Center, the company’s state-of-the-art center designed for tracking product loads throughout Mexico.

FreightWatch says the upgraded center is larger than the original, away from high traffic areas, upgraded with the latest systems and tracking information, and offers increased backup capacity and security. In addition, the company has a backup Command & Control Center in an undisclosed location in Mexico City for emergencies or power outages.

“The systems, software and hardware upgrades translate to faster service with enhanced security and directly impacts the security of our clients’ shipments,” says Rigo Garcia, general manager of FreightWatch International, Mexico. “The upgrades were implemented to ensure that we are constantly on the cutting edge of tracking capabilities, increasing our abilities to prevent cargo theft or recover loads in the event of a theft.”

FreightWatch says each of its regions has a minimum of one Command & Control Center with state-of-the-art tracking capabilities and experienced staff that actively monitors client shipments from point of origin to destination.