Over 82,500 telematics units sold, around 58,000 active systems on Europe’s roads and 20 years of experience in the development and marketing of its own TrailerConnect® trailer telematics system – these are the success parameters of Cargobull Telematics GmbH. The fully-owned subsidiary of Schmitz Cargobull AG is one of the largest providers of trailer telematics services and innovative digital products for the logistics and transport industry. In addition to its own hardware and software development, Cargobull Telematics offers a complete range of services centring around trailer telematics. This includes advice related to data interfaces as well as transport and fleet management processes. The Cargobull Telematics GmbH range of products and services is tailored to the individual customer and available throughout Europe.
The Münster-based Institute for Sustainability and Economics supports companies and public institutions in making their sustainability efforts visible to the outside world. The goal is the sustainable development and documentation of the responsibility and quality of future-oriented companies. Already active nationally
and internationally since 1991, the Institute for Sustainability and Economics successfully combines different areas of teaching and research. The guiding principles include working in an energy-, cost- and material-efficient manner, a good working atmosphere for employees and the use of regional as well as renewable or recyclable raw materials. The certifications with the sustainability test seal are available in different languages. They are recognised by government authorities and in more than 400 different industries worldwide and add value to offers and tenders. In addition to consulting, certification, analytical work and development in the field of sustainability, climate neutrality, CO2 compensation and carbon offsetting, the service portfolio includes climate protection projects, compliance, supply chain analyses and sustainability reports. As a member of various advisory boards, for example, that of the GVO Sustainability Foundation, their expert opinion is not only in demand for projects conducted at various university or federal ministries; they are also often invited to give an opinion by the media (newspaper, radio, television).