January 25, 2018
GeoStamp is excited to announce that we are officially moving forward with a partnership with the Port of Oakland and that our pilot with them will begin February 1st, 2018. This is not only important for GeoStamp to grow, but will also allow the port and the greater community operating within the bounds of their managed facilities to identify bottle necks and improve the supply chain. As always, GeoStamp prides itself as a paragon and proprietor of valuable data and our partnership with the Port of Oakland is crucial to this notion.
GeoStamp has also been recently featured in Transport Topics. The article can be found here: Harbor Truckers Express Cautious Optimism on Turn Times in 2017. In the article, Weston LaBar, CEO of our partner group, the Harbor Trucking Association is quoted mentioning the importance of turn time data. GeoStamp supplies the HTA with the data for their Truck Mobility Program as illustrated in the Transport Topics article, "Harbor Trucking Association teams with GeoStamp using GPS and geofencing technology to measure the time between trucks entering the queue outside the gate to exiting the complex. The organization said it is working with carriers to ensure drivers' time isn't wasted at the facilities." GeoStamp is proud of our newly minted partnership with the Port of Oakland as well as our continued work with the HTA. Turn time data is vital to improving the supply chain and GeoStamp is at the forefront of suppling this integral information. Stay up to date on all GeoStamp information by visiting this blog regularly.