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Waste Logistics Technologies – Understanding Waste Collection Challenges

Article-Waste Logistics Technologies – Understanding Waste Collection Challenges

Managing a waste collection operation has multiple challenges. It requires overseeing a lot of moving parts coupled with interactions between employees and customers. It’s imperative to have visibility of the entire operation in order to best utilize resourc­es and create transparent communication and ac­countability both internally and externally. Without the right tools in place, having the insight to address business challenges and concerns from reducing costs and external pressures to operational inefficiencies can be difficult. It is important that any solution implemented factor in the intricacies and specifics of a waste collection operation.

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About MotionLink:

MotionLink provides purpose-built technologies for waste collection logistics comprised of a single end-to-end solution integrating back-office software coupled with mobile devices and RFID hard­ware for real-time business intelligence and communication. From vehicle tracking and monitoring to advanced routing and scheduling, work order management, mobile data collection and reporting, MotionLink delivers a cost-effective solution for improved operational efficiencies, decision making and exceptional ROI. As part of the RouteMatch Software family, MotionLink has been involved in hundreds of implementations for intelligent transportation systems all across North America and Australia. MotionLink is a privately held company headquartered in Midtown, Atlanta.

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