Car Delivery Network (CDN), which provides electronic proof of delivery (ePoD) services through its cloud-based transport management system to the finished vehicle sector, has announced two recent adoptions of its technology.
US car carrier, Hansen and Adkins Auto Transport, has chosen to connect CDN’s mobile ePoD app, called vinDeliver, to its transport management system. CDN said it will allow the carrier to complete the vehicle delivery process electronically, by using Android-enabled devices, while meeting its customers’ standards.
In a second development, ATAdvantage, a supplier of transport management systems to a range of US automotive hauliers, has announced the availability of the vinDeliver ePoD software via their ATLinks tracking application.
Customers of ATLinks include Ford, GM, Chrysler, Kia, Honda, Hyundai, Nissan, Volkswagon, and Audi.
The vinDeliver app allows drivers to collect data in the field to ePoD standards established by the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) using Android or iOS devices. The data collected includes electronic images of each vehicle and its condition, that can instantly be made available to shippers and the carrier in real time.